A New Jersey man who was arrested after a bi-coastal crime spree that included the theft of a Picasso drawing from a San Francisco gallery and other valuable artwork from two Manhattan hotels was sentenced Tuesday in New York state court.
A New Jersey man who stole a Pablo Picasso drawing from an art gallery near San Francisco’s Union Square was sentenced Monday and will be extradited to New York within the next month to face separate charges there.
The man accused of brazenly snatching a drawing by Pablo Picasso from an art gallery near San Francisco’s Union Square pleaded guilty to grand theft during a court hearing on Thursday as part of a plea deal with prosecutors.
A New Jersey resident appeared in a San Francisco courtroom Friday morning to plead not guilty to charges that he stole a drawing by Pablo Picasso from a gallery near Union Square last week.
Police say a New Jersey man accused of stealing a valuable Picasso drawing from a San Francisco gallery had $500,000 worth of stolen artwork in his apartment, including another Picasso.
A New Jersey man accused of stealing a Pablo Picasso drawing from a San Francisco art gallery last week made his initial appearance in court Monday.
A 30-year-old New Jersey man was charged Friday with stealing a Pablo Picasso drawing from a San Francisco gallery, according to the district attorney’s office.
San Francisco police have arrested a man suspected of stealing a Picasso drawing worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Union Square art gallery earlier this week.