He Said He Knew Nothing About A Gold Bar Stolen From Key West Museum. A Jury Didn't Buy It.
The Key West case of the stolen gold bar has ended with two convictions but with only a sliver of the treasure recovered.
Jarred Goldman acted as the lookout while his cohort stole a 16th century gold bar from its case at a Key West museum in 2010, a federal jury decided Wednesday evening.
He is due in court for sentencing July 23 when he faces up to 15 years in prison for the heist that stunned the Southernmost City and robbed a museum of a treasure valued at $550,000.
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