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Pawn Shop Owner Arrested In Henderson Co.

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Robert (Bobby) Dean Hylemon, age 33 was arrest and charged with seven (7) felony counts of Possession of Stolen Goods. Robert (Bobby) Dean Hylemon, age 33 was arrest and charged with seven (7) felony counts of Possession of Stolen Goods.
HENDERSON COUNTY, N.C. - Daily Dollar Pawn shop owner Robert (Bobby) Dean Hylemon, age 33 was arrest and charged with seven (7) felony counts of Possession of Stolen Goods.

Investigators say between November 5, 2013 and January 18, 2014 a person from the Asheville area had stolen approximately $10,076 in merchandise from Diamond Brand Outdoors in Fletcher and then sold the items to Daily Dollar Pawn Daily Dollar Pawn on Heritage Park Drive.

They say the shop paid $1,783.30 for the merchandise.

Investigators say the stolen items were then photographed and posted on EBay under the name of “coldandfury”.

The photographs included the price tags and displayed the name of the business where the items were stolen from.

They say in addition to the stolen property from Diamond Brand Outdoors other items including power tools were discovered during the search that were stolen from local home improvement centers.

The investigation is continuing and other charges are probable.

Hylemon turned himself in later the same day at the Sheriff’s Office and posted a $7000.00 bond.
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