Daith jewelry store in tustins closes after a lawsuit

Tustin is closing its jewelry shop, after a judge ruled that the store’s owner failed to follow a local ordinance in a dispute over the sale of earrings.

The Tustins jewelry store, located at the corner of East 11th and S. Fair Oaks, had been selling earrings for more than a year and had attracted customers from across the city, said John Hock, the store owner.

The city said the earrings are not legal to sell and could not be used for anything other than jewelry.

“We feel this was a mistake,” said Tustens owner Tom Loomis, a former state senator.

“We don’t want people to feel unsafe or unsafe when they go into a store.”

The store is closing at the end of the month, he said.

Tustins has become a magnet for tony visitors, who flock to its jewelry store each year to shop and pay for earrings and other accessories.

The tony Tustons was founded in 1905 and has expanded to a number of upscale stores across California, according to its website.

The shop’s website says the jewelry store offers a wide selection of handmade jewelry from local makers, as well as traditional Chinese, Indian and European gems.

In its lawsuit, Tustines sought a temporary restraining order to prevent the store from closing.

Loomas said in a court filing that he could not sell his business because he did not follow city and state laws.

He argued that the city and the state do not have authority to regulate the sale or exchange of earring.

He also said the store does not have the authority to sell earrings on its premises, a contention the city has denied.

In response, the city said it would not issue a temporary injunction but would instead hold a hearing on its motion to dismiss.

The city’s attorney said in the court filing it was not aware of the lawsuit before it was filed, but would issue an opinion after the hearing.

Loomis said he is grateful for the community support, and said he has been able to work with the city to get his business back online.

“Our business has always been on the up and up and that’s what we’re going to continue to do, we’re just going to go from there,” he said in an interview.

Buyer: I need jewelry, jewelry exchange to replace my car

Tustin, CA – I’ve always been a collector and a jewelry collector, but I’ve never been a jewelry designer.

So when I heard that jewelry designer and jewelry exchange manager, Katie Tustini, was leaving her job, I knew I had to have her.

Katie has worked for a jewelry store for nearly two decades, and her career is on the rise.

When Katie and I met, she had just graduated from an art college.

Katie started selling jewelry to other customers as soon as she started working in the jewelry industry.

After working with a few other local jewelry designers, Katie got her big break at the jewelry store of the same name.

Katie said that it’s a very unique and rewarding career to work for jewelry store owners.

Katie loves her job and loves her customers.

I think we’ve come a long way.

Now, Katie is leaving her current position with the jewelry company to open her own jewelry store.

I was really happy to see that Katie is staying with the company and that she’s committed to being the best employee she can be.

Katie is the perfect person to open a jewelry shop for her customers because she has a lot of heart and a lot more energy than most people.

She is always thinking of ways to make the jewelry shop even better.

Katie knows the value of a great customer experience, and she has worked hard to make her business a success.

Katie will be joining the Tustinis Jewelry Exchange, which is part of her jewelry design business.

She said that she is excited to be a part of this unique company.

I can’t wait to be part of the Turetti Jewelry Company and the jewelry exchange.