Bunker Hill Man Arrested in Jewelry Theft

By AMY HUDAK | ahudak@whag.com

Published 06/20 2014 08:46AM

Updated 06/20 2014 11:20AM

Theft Charges
Theft Charges

WINCHESTER, Va. – A West Virginia man was arrested Thursday afternoon for stealing jewelry out of local residents’ homes, police say. 

Jayson Music, 33, of 
Bunker Hill, is charged with obtaining money by false pretense and grand larceny. Officers say an investigation revealed Music was stealing money out of homes he was entering to work on residents’ cable.  

On Thursday, detectives conducted two search warrants and a substantial amount of jewelry and jewelry boxes were located. Detectives believe some of these items may have been stolen during unreported incidents.

Officers are asking anyone who believes jewelry may have been taken in a similar incident to call the Criminal Investigations Division at (540) 545-4717. Residents will be required to describe their missing jewelry in detail and include the date the theft occurred. 

The items may have been stolen out of homes located in the City of Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia. 

Music was taken to the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center and has been released on bond.

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