Man Enters Guilty Plea after he and other 2 Friends Robbed the Gucci store in DC

Washington DC: A man from Maryland has entered a guilty plea for the theft of 33 thousand dollars worth of Gucci handbags, duffle bags, backpacks, and sunglasses. He said that they stole the high-end merchandise while driving to the Boston area.

According to the authorities, Nathaniel Owens, who is 33 years old, along with Linworth Hayes Crawford III and Ronald Patterson, Jr., traveled from the Washington, District of Columbia regional area to the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets in Massachusetts in September 2021.

According to Fox5DC, they smashed the front door of a Gucci store and stole $32,000 worth of merchandise including Handbags, duffle bags, backpacks, and sunglasses.

Owens was captured on surveillance footage taken inside the shopping center while he was shopping at the Nike Store.

The individuals were allegedly caught on a surveillance camera taking a Gucci bag out of the car to examine it while they were making a stop on their way back to Washington, District of Columbia.

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According to the allegations, Patterson made a post on his Instagram account the following day stating that he was selling Gucci accessories.

On April 4, Owens entered a guilty plea of one count of conspiracy to transport stolen goods in interstate commerce and one count of interstate transportation of stolen goods. Both charges were brought against him.

On the third of February, Crawford entered a guilty plea. A not-guilty plea has been entered by Patterson, and he is currently awaiting trial.