A Lebanon County man is facing numerous charges after police say he stole items from the Governor's mansion and sold them to a local pawn shop.

State Police were alerted to the crime when Michael David Yancey, 28, sold various items to a pawn shop located in Lebanon City. He had been selling items to the pawn shop on Cumberland Street for the past two months, according to police reports.

Some of the items stolen include a silver tea set, bowls and sterling silver cutlery. Initial reports indicate that the amount stolen is in excess of $10,000, but the amount could increase as some of the items had historical value.

When investigators searched Yancey's home they found additional items with the "Executive Mansion" engravings scratched off. Some of those items included a NFL football signed by Jim Kelly addressed to Governor Rendell.

Yancey was arrested on Monday evening. He remains in Lebanon County Prison with bail set at $15,000. A stipulation was put on his bail that he is prohibited from having any contact from Governor Tom Corbett and former Governor Ed Rendell.