The Dublin Police Department has arrested Charles "Mike" Hush, according to a press release from the department.

Hush, 64, was taken into custody today, April 23, and transported to the Franklin County Jail without incident, the release said.

A Franklin County grand jury April 16 indicted Hush on 36 counts of theft and one count of engaging in corrupt activity, according to a release from the city of Dublin.

Hush was the owner of the Jewelry Refinery, which was at 12 E. Bridge St. but closed in 2016.

According to the release, multiple victims said Hush had taken their jewelry on consignment and either failed to pay them sale proceeds or didn't return their jewelry.

According to the Franklin County Clerk of Courts records, a warrant for Hush's arrest was issued April 17. Details about the arrest weren't made available.

The engaging-in-corrupt-activity charge is a first-degree felony, and the theft charges range from a misdemeanor to a third-degree felony.

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