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Police: Attias Flea Market Jeweler Had No License

A gem exchange owner is facing charges for operating without required paperwork.

A jewelry vendor based in the Attias Flea Market in Sayville is facing charges for operating a metal and gem exchange without a license, according to police.

Rodshel Pinkhasov, of Hollis, Queens, was arrested on January 10 at Rocco’s Jewelry located at 5750 Sunrise Highway in Sayville.

Pinkhasov, 33, is due in First District Court on March 14.

Mid last year Target announced it aims to purchase the flea market building  to establish a store within this year.

Andrea Gallo DiLoreto January 17, 2013 at 12:47 PM
That place is so gross...It needs to be shut down.....or fumigated at the least....
Dave Greenfield February 15, 2013 at 02:20 PM
This guy is a crook, he stole $1,755.72 from my company.
Sandy Hamilton February 16, 2013 at 11:56 PM
Did not realize a license was in order for all the venders. Rocco was the jeweler in the front of the building when you walked in just to the left. I saw some of his stuff and it looked pretty good. He showed me a couple of diamonds unset from the safe that had certificates with them. He was to stay until Feb. 1st, but did leave before.

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