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  • Westminster expands pawnbroker reporting to cover electronic kiosks

    Westminster expands pawnbroker reporting to cover electronic kiosks
    The Westminster City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Monday that will expand the police department's database of items sold to a pawn shop or secondhand dealer that police use to track down stolen items.
  • Baltimore County bans cell phone kiosks

    Baltimore County bans cell phone kiosks
    Cell-phone recycling kiosks will be banned and stores that buy small electronics will be regulated like pawn shops under legislation passed Tuesday by the Baltimore County Council. The pair of bills, introduced last month by County Executive Kevin...

    Wanted Alabama man charged stealing construction tools from Aberdeen site

    A wanted Alabama man charged with stealing and pawning construction equipment from Aberdeen construction sites is being held on $20,000 bond at the Harford County Detention Center. David J. Turbeville Jr., 43, is charged with nine counts of theft less...

    Final defendant pleads guilty in $20M pawn shop scheme

    The 16th and final defendant in a scheme to resell $20 million in stolen goods at Maryland pawn shops pleaded guilty Wednesday, prosecutors said. William Cooper Jr., 38, admitted he took part in a conspiracy to transport goods — such as non-...

    Holding period required for Harford pawn transactions

    Holding period required for Harford pawn transactions
    Pawnbrokers in Harford County will now have to wait 30 days before selling an item and will be required to keep records of their transactions for at least three years. At least one Harford County pawn dealer called the new law impractical. "Quite...