Second suspect in violin theft pleads not guilty

Milwaukee resident, Universal Knowledge Allah, 36, a suspect in the theft of a $5 million Stradivarius violin, was arraigned on Wednesday, March 26. He plead not guilty to felony robbery along with the other suspect, Salah Salahadyn.

According to prosecutors, Allah was the source of the stun gun used to immobilize violin aficionado, Frank Almond. Salahadyn was accused of conceiving of the plan to steal the 300- year-old Stradivarius. The violin was lost for 9 days before police located it.

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