Oney, Steve
November 2008
Los Angeles Magazine;Nov2008, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p152
The article discusses the burglary cases of interior designer Craig Raywood in Los Angeles, California. He was caught stealing goods such as $43 worth of Spencer steaks, $31 worth of veal chops, and Latour-Giraud Meursaults. His other cases involve an amount of $15,000 borrowed from Steven Kay, fine for driving, and taking 13 items valued at $102,800 from Chen Vault


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