The people in Kentucky are not only stupid, they have small dicks too. Police said they have uncovered about $750,000 stolen property in a raid at a Covington pawn shop.
The items that were taken include Crest Whitening Strips, Extenze male enhancement drugs, Oral-B and other power tooth brushes, and sporting goods apparel. The Detectives from the Covington Police Department have done a very good job to recover three quarters of a million dollars in stolen property from a Cash-In Pawn that is believed to have come from shoplifting rings in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas.
The stolen goods were retrieved from the CASH-IN PAWN that is Located at 2603 Madison Ave., in Covington. Investigators said that after obtaining a search warrant for the business on Jan. 12, they recovered an estimated three quarters of a million dollars in stolen property. The investigation indicated that the stolen property is the result of shoplifting rings operating in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area.
For the very first moment when the investigation starts, the authorities have made a conclusion that the stolen goods would likely to be sold in a pawn shop. It was all because the owner of the drugs was suspected to not registering the drugs officially.
Therefore, in Wednesday, the police have made a search warrant to inspect the building thoroughly to search for the stolen goods among many boxes of goods.
The owner of the pawn shop, Charlie Wilson, 46, was arrested and charged with violating a city ordinance. More charges could be pending.