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Window cleaner charged with theft of diamond earrings

BY DI STAFF | OCTOBER 11, 2011 7:20 AM

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An Iowa City window cleanerhas been charged with second-degree theft after he allegedly stole a pair of diamond earrings from the home of a client June 14.

Kevin Chapman, originally from Greenville, Tenn., was employed as a window cleaner by All Iowa Window Cleaning and was working at a Donegal Court residence.

According to a complaint by Iowa City police, a woman living at the residence reported a missing pair of diamond earrings after the cleaners had finished.

The complaint said Chapman entered Money and More on June 15 and had a pair of diamond earrings appraised. Chapman's earrings allegedly matched the description of those reported stolen; they were appraised at between $8,000 and $9,000. Chapman allegedly declined to sell the earrings and left the business.

The actual value of the earrings was appraised at $9,755.

— by Matt Starns


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