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Criminal – Stolen Property Receipt – Video Games Theft (access required)

Although defendant claimed he had no idea where his companion had obtained the 50 video games offered for sale – originally with no plastic covers – to a Game Stop used game store, there was sufficient evidence to convict defendant of felony receipt of stolen property, the Court of Appeals says. Executing a search warrant, police ...

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