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Down For The Count: More Victims Got Fleeced By Golden Goose Jewelers October 20, 2020 (0 comments)


Rumson, NJ—More customers are coming forward with claims against Golden Goose Fine Jewelry & Gifts. In September, owner Anthony Goltsch was charged with theft after failing to return or pay for jewelry that customers left for consignment or redesign.

Since then, 11 new victims have come forward to report losses of pieces they left for consignment, redesign, or repair, says an article in Shore News Network. The additional losses total approximately $300,000, says the paper. Goltsch was charged with another count of theft on top of the ones he’s already facing, for a grand total (so far) of approximately $560,000.

Related: Upscale NJ Jeweler Charged With Theft Of Customers’ Consignment Pieces

From the paper: “A joint investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and Rumson Police Department initially uncovered three victims who have failed to receive any payment from Goltsch or a return of the items involved. After the initial charge of second degree Theft By Failure To Make Required Disposition of Property Received against Goltsch was reported the 11 new victims stepped forward to detail how they had fallen victim to his crimes. Fourteen victims have been identified and more victims could be forthcoming.

If anyone has information regarding the Golden Goose, please contact Detective Michael Acquaviva of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Financial Crimes Unit at 732-431-7160, ext 2233, or Rumson Police Detective Donald Schneider at 732-842-0500.”

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