Mistrial Declared in Brutal Delaware Jewelry Store Robbery Case: Owner Pistol-Whipped


A mistrial has been declared in the case of a brutal armed robbery that took place in Wilmington, Delaware last year. The victim, 68-year-old Korean-American Chang Suh was working at his store Solid Gold Jewelers, when he was attacked, pistol-whipped, beaten, and left unconscious. 

The suspect, Calvin Ushery, faced a lengthy prison sentence for his alleged crimes, but the outcome of the trial has taken an unexpected twist.

The incident unfolded in September 2022 when surveillance footage from Solid Gold Jewelers, located on the 100 block of West 9th Street, captured Ushery’s interaction with the store owner. 

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In the chilling video, Ushery is seen brandishing a firearm, violently assaulting the shop owner, and making off with jewelry valued at approximately $100,000.

The victim, who suffered internal head bleeding and a severe concussion, managed to call the police before losing consciousness. He spent days in the Intensive Care Unit and later underwent rehabilitation.

 The brutality of the attack shocked the community.