CRESTVIEW — A woman was arrested on three felony charges after pawning a utility trailer that did not belong to her.
According to an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office arrest report, the woman went to a local pawn shop and pawned a black utility trailer for $280. She signed a form and included her thumbprint on the form.
A woman later drove by the pawn shop and saw the trailer, which had been stolen from her Crestview home in July. She and her husband contacted authorities and an investigation was launched.
The 30-year-old Crestview woman denied pawning the trailer despite her signature and thumbprint present on the form, according to her arrest report. Multiple witnesses, including employees of the pawn shop, were able to identify her as being the person who pawned the trailer.
The woman was arrested and charged with pawning items less than $300, grand theft of a motor vehicle and dealing in stolen property.