Two Charged in Theft of Pro Wrestling Belts in Ottumwa
OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP) — Two men face charges in the theft of championship belts during a TNA pro wrestling show in Iowa
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, based in Nashville, Tenn., reported a heavyweight championship belt, worth $6,000, and a replica, valued at $400, were stolen on Aug. 18 in Ottumwa.
Police say 33-year-old Joel Luke was charged Wednesday with second-degree theft. On Thursday, police charged 39-year-old Forrest Jamison with accessory after the fact. Both men are from Ottumwa.
Online court records show no attorney for Luke. Jamison's case isn't listed.
Police say both belts were recovered.
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