Wander Franco Jewelry Worth

According to police and court records obtained by ESPN, an alleged serial thief took more than $650,000 worth of jewels from the SUV of Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco during a rehabilitation assignment in June.

At 3 a.m. on June 22nd, Kahlil Eugene Mathis, 24, allegedly used a wrench to break into Franco’s Rolls-Royce Cullinan at a parking lot in Jacksonville, Florida and stole a safe containing seven pieces of jewelry from inside. An Arizona driver’s license and a thumbprint Mathis provided at a pawn shop helped police identify him before his arrest on July 4, according to the report.

Franco was in Jacksonville, Florida, recuperating from a right quadriceps strain while playing for the Triple-A Durham Bulls. Mathis, who was wanted for three earlier vehicle break-ins, allegedly targeted Franco’s car in the parking lot of a DoubleTree hotel and stole it. Mathis was accused of stealing a $60 safe from the back of the car, which contained the following:

• A $300,000 gold, diamond-encrusted Cuban link chain and circle medallion with diamonds and a W in the center
• A $200,000 rose gold Cuban link chain with diamonds
• A $70,000 gold pendant with a medallion in green and blue lettering spelling “FRANCO 5”
• A $44,000 Platinum Rolex watch with diamonds
• A $20,000 American League championship ring
• A $20,000 championship ring from Durham
• A $5,000 gold pendant of Jerry the mouse from the “Tom and Jerry” cartoon

Mathis sold two of the goods to a pawn shop about 20 miles southwest of the motel on June 23, according to the complaint. It was recovered in the bedroom closet of an apartment six miles away from the hotel after Mathis’ arrest. The two championship rings were among the contents. The sheriff’s office told ESPN on Friday that the two Cuban link chains and the Rolex had not been found.

As reported by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Mathis has been arrested nine times since January, including four counts of felony burglary, including the Franco break-in. Additionally, he’s been charged with 14 crimes,

four misdemeanors (including assault), evidence tampering, resisting arrest, credit card fraud, and narcotics possession. According to the sheriff’s office, he has a court date scheduled for Aug. 1 and is being held on a $906,566 bond.

When ESPN tried to contact Mathis’s public defender, they were unable to get a response. When Franco rejoined the Rays on June 25, he played two weeks before breaking the hamate bone in his right-hand swinging. It is estimated that he will be out for six to eight weeks, which will keep him out until at least mid-August.

This year, Franco has improved on his stellar postseason debut in ‘2021 when he batted.368 (five home runs, 23 RBIs) in 58 games, hitting.260 (five home runs, 23 RBIs). In November, the Rays signed the former No. 1 MLB prospect to an 11-year, $182 million contract.

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