A former trainer gets his 1985 Royals World Series ring back after a burglary, a cool exhibit in Louisville and NBA player Matt Bonner’s collection.
A 27-year-old Chicago man is in jail in connection with a 2014 Chicago area home invasion robbery in which a six-figure collection of cards was stolen.
Three men who stole massive quantities of sports card boxes from their employer thanks to a computer software glitch were handed sentences on Thursday.
A break-in at a learning center and museum in his name have authorities offering a reward for the recovery of stolen Yogi Berra memorabilia.
Three men who worked at Dave & Adam’s Card World stores in Buffalo have pleaded guilty to stealing $1.3 million worth of trading card boxes.
A doctor authorities say wasn’t licensed is accused of stealing baseball memorabilia from the career of the late Earl Williams.
The California man who pleaded guilty to filing a false insurance claim for $20,500 worth of Mickey Mantle cards he said were stolen won’t spend any time in jail.
A 58-year-old Williamson, N.Y. man has admitted to stealing items sent through the U.S. Mail including a 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card.
Why was a baseball card collection supposedly worth ten grand left behind in a home while the owner moved out?
Three people have been arrested after a string of thefts that resulted in a van packed full of what police say are stolen collectibles.
The Travis County, Texas Sheriff says a woman hired to clean up at a house in Texas swiped a nice collection of autographed baseballs.
An Australian hoops fan will spend time on the bench after pleading guilty to stealing over a half million in rare currency from the shop where he worked and using the eBay proceeds to buy Michael Jordan cards.
It was not a Norman Rockwell-like scene in Ocean Pines, Md., where a teen hoodlum swiped his grandfather’s memorabilia.
Appeals continue, so the state of Pennsylvania won’t be selling off what it seized from Roger Hooper.
A Florida couple is accused of pulling a boatload of UPC switcheroos on various types of sports card boxes.
One’s named after the plane that bombed Japan in WWII.
A dealer and auctioneer convicted on fraud charges last fall, faces 10-23 months in jail and nearly $200,000 in fines, court costs and restitution…but the case may not be over yet.
Game used memorabilia might not be leaking out of the Mets’ lockerroom anymore.
Update: Arrests made. A hoard of autographed sports memorabilia stolen from a Florida home recently turns up in the hands of teens who visit a local pawn shop.