A Gaffney man was arrested in connection with several Cherokee County burglaries after deputies said he pawned the stolen items in Spartanburg County.
Cherokee County deputies said they charged Jon Bobo, 22, with two counts of third-degree burglary and three counts of second-degree burglary after their investigation identified him as a suspect in the county-wide burglaries.
The burglaries happened between April 7 and May 29 in the Gaffney and Cowpens areas.
Deputies said a variety of items were stolen including a generator, chain saws, a Playstation 3 and games, guns and a small oxygen tank.
All of the items stolen were recovered.
Deputies said Bobo was pawning the items and could be linked to other burglaries in Spartanburg County.
They said their investigation continues and more charges could be filed against Bobo.
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