Lawn man accused of stealing $16,500 in jewelry | Crime
(WMC-TV) - Over the course of nearly 3 years, a Cordova yard man was able to steal about $16,500 in jewelry from his employer, according to court records.
Police say Jason Rolison did yard work for a woman from October 2009 until June of this year. However, according to court records, Rolison was hauling away more than leaves and glass clippings.
Police say the 32-year-old stole jewelry from the woman and hawked it at local pawn shops.
Rolison has been charged with theft and is currently behind bars on $30,000 bond.
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