Gunmaker Glock target of alleged plot to steal millions MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) Three men have been indicted for allegedly trying to steal $3 million from Austrian gunmaker Glock. The indictment handed down by an Atlanta-area grand jury Friday says the three men conspired from 2000 until early last year to steal the money. Jeffery Pombert, James Harper III and Jerry Chapman are charged with theft by taking and violation of a state racketeering law. The indictment says Harper worked as an outside legal counsel for Austrian-based Glock's U.S. headquarters in Smyrna, near Atlanta. It said the men transferred funds and assets from Glock to personal bank accounts they had set up. Harper and Pombert have been released from Cobb County jail on bond. Chapman was still in jail Tuesday. The company said Tuesday it has no comment.