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A suspect who stole $500,000 worth of jewelry from Allen Iverson's backpack at a Philadelphia hotel has surrendered to police.

The incident happened on Monday around 10:30 a.m. at the Sofitel Hotel located on S. 17th Street, WPVI reported.

Surveillance footage shows the suspect enter the hotel lobby and snatch Iverson's backpack containing $500,000 worth of the former NBA star's jewelry. Iverson, 44, was not present at the time the jewelry was stolen.

FOX 29's Dave Schratwieser reports that the 21-year-old college student turned himself in after his photo was aired on news stations and went viral on social media on Monday.

Police did not release the suspect's name nor did they say whether all of the jewelry was recovered.

Iverson is known for his expensive custom jewelry collection.

The 11-time NBA All-Star was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the first overall pick in 1996. He played 10 seasons for the 76ers before being traded to the Denver Nuggets in 2006.

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Philadelphia police are searching for a man who stole $500,000 worth of jewelry from Allen Iverson's backpack at a Philadelphia hotel.

The incident happened on Monday around 10:30 a.m. at the Sofitel Hotel located on S. 17th Street, WPVI reported.

Sources confirmed the suspect stole the jewelry from Iverson's backpack. Iverson was not present at the time the jewelry was stolen.

Surveillance video shows the suspect exiting the hotel after the theft.

The man is described as a 20-year-old Black male. He was last seen wearing a dark jacket, red shirt, dark pants and black and white sneakers.

Iverson, 44, an 11-time NBA All-Star, was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the first overall pick in 1996. He played 10 seasons for the 76ers before being traded to the Denver Nuggets in 2006.

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call police at 215-686-TIPS.

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Rapper DaBaby is still locked up in a Miami jail after a violent encounter with a local club promoter who allegedly owed him $10,000. The altercation was caught on the hotel's surveillance cameras.

The unidentified promoter told police the rapper robbed him of $80 and his iPhone 7 before pouring apple juice on him outside the posh Novotol Hotel on Brickell Avenue in Miami.

The rapper appeared in a Miami courtroom on Friday, where he waived extradition to Texas. By waiving extradition, DaBaby agrees to be transported by sheriff's deputies to the state of Texas to face charges there.

Meanwhile, there is the matter of $250,000 in cash that DaBaby says he left in his Miami hotel room when he was arrested. He told Judge Mindy Glazer about the money.

A video that surfaced online Friday, allegedly shows the rapper robbing the promoter in front of the hotel.

It isn't clear if DaBaby, real name Jonathan Kirk, was a guest at the hotel when the alleged robbery went down.

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The promoter said DaBaby and his crew assaulted him because they believed he shorted the rapper $10,000 following a performance at a Miami nightclub.

The promoter allegedly gave DaBaby $20,000 upfront for a performance that was scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 2. DaBaby was arrested by Miami police that same day, and charged with battery, a misdemeanor. He is being held on $1,500 bail.

The 28-year-old "Suge" rapper is also being held on an outstanding warrant out of Dallas, Texas, where he is charged with engaging in criminal activity.
 


 

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Surveillance video posted on social media allegedly shows rapper DaBaby robbing another man in a Miami parking lot.

In the video, a diminutive man wearing a black hood over his head is seen dragging another man on the ground.

The unidentified promoter told police the rapper robbed him of $80, and his iPhone 7 before pouring apple juice on him.

The promoter said DaBaby and his crew assaulted him because they believed he shorted the rapper $10,000 following a performance at a Miami nightclub.

The promoter allegedly gave DaBaby $20,000 upfront, but he failed to deliver on the promised $10,000.

DaBaby was arrested on Thursday, Jan. 2, and charged with simple battery, a misdemeanor. He was released on $1,500 bond.
 

Houston bank robbery

A Houston bank employee sent a text message to robbers giving them the go ahead to follow a businesswoman and snatch her purse containing $75,000.

Shelby Taylor Wyse, pictured center, was arrested Wednesday and jailed on second-degree felony robbery charges.

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Dontarius Turner Police arrested Dontarius Turner, the Memphis man wanted on charges of shooting and robbing an Atlanta woman he met on a dating website.

The Atlanta Journal reports Turner was apprehended just before 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 9.

The unidentified victim told College Park police she met the man who called himself "Cash" on the dating website Badoo.com.

She said she agreed to meet "Cash" offline for a date at a Waffle House in College Park on Dec. 24, CBS46.com reports.

After leaving the Waffle House, the woman agreed to go with Cash to a hotel room nearby. But on the way to the hotel, Cash produced a gun and ordered the 34-year-old woman to pull over and give him her purse at 12:45 a.m.

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