According to a report by KCCI, two men were charged with stealing an authentic and replica TNA World Title belt on August 18 in Ottumwa, Iowa, which is when TNA held a house show in Ottumwa.
The authentic belt was valued at $6,000 and the replica belt was valued at $400, according to police. Both title belts have been recovered since then, and both Joel Luke and Forrest Jamison, were charged with second-degree theft. Luke was released on $5,000 bail and his alleged accessory, Jamison, was released on $3,000 bail.
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