Knicks forward Williams reports stolen jewelry


New York Knicks forward Derrick Williams has reported to New York police that $617,000 in jewelry is missing from his apartment. Authorities say two women are the subject of a search in the case after surveillance video showed them leaving a club last Saturday and going to Williams’ home. After 90 minutes in Williams’ upscale Manhattan apartment, the women departed and Williams later found the jewelry missing, then filed a report with the police. Among the missing items Williams listed were a $50,000 diamond Rolex watch, three diamond rings worth an estimated $30,000 and three gold chains valued at $35,000. Williams, 24, was the second pick in the 2011 NBA Draft. He is averaging 7.3 points a game his season for the Knicks, who are 14-16, fourth worst in the Eastern Conference.


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