Police have accused a Gastonia man of stealing and then attempting to pawn laptops, according to arrest warrants.
Glenn Thrash II, 34, was booked into Gaston County Jail on Tuesday afternoon with several charges related to stolen laptops.
Police say Thrash first stole two laptops, a 13-inch Dell laptop and a 17-inch Hewlett Packard laptop, from National Pawn and Jewelry located at 2344 E. Franklin Blvd. in Gastonia. The estimated property value of the two laptops combined is $428.
Then, Thrash is accused of selling the two laptops to First Cash Financial Services Inc., which, according to arrest warrants, is currently doing business as Cash American Pawn, located at 1304 E. Franklin Blvd.
Police say the laptops were stolen on Monday, and then Thrash attempted to pawn them on Tuesday, at which time he was arrested by Gastonia Police.
He was booked into jail with a $25,000 bond on charges of attaining property by false pretense, possession of stolen goods and misdemeanor larcny.
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