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RPSO: Man and woman arrested for jewelry theft

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel  5) –  A man and woman from Pineville have been arrested for jewelry theft.

The Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office said they arrested Amela Nogic, 43, and Michael Post, 56, after a theft investigation that begin on Oct. 14.

RPSO responded to a residence in reference to a possible theft. The complainant reported that several pieces of jewelry were missing from their residence and no one had access to the residence, but family and the person who cleaned their home.

Through the investigation it was discovered that  Nogic and Post were pawning several pieces of jewelry, some of it fitting the description of the stolen jewelry, according to RPSO. Nogic was allegedly stealing jewelry from homes she was cleaning and then she would have her boyfriend, Post allegedly sell or pawn the jewelry.

Nogic is officially charged with six counts of theft worth $1,500 and three counts of possession of stolen goods worth $500.

Post is officially charged with three counts of theft worth $1,500 and three counts of possession of stolen goods worth $500.

Nogic's bond is set at $90,000 and Post's bond is set at $60,000.

The investigation is ongoing.

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