Tribble, Hutchinson and Stewart were charged with receiving stolen goods and drug trafficking, according to online jail records. (Source: Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Items stolen from a person's car were attempted to be pawned at the shop where the owner of them worked, according to a report from the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.
On Monday, deputies responded to B&B Pawn Shop after an employee recognized items brought in to be pawned as those stolen from the business owner's wife the previous night, according to the incident report.
The employee reported that a woman, who deputies identified as Natascha Tribble, tried to pawn several gift cards to Outback Steakhouse.
The employee said he recognized the cards by the handwriting on them.
According to the report, the employee stalled Tribble for as long as possible, but she got nervous and left the business.
According to the report, Tribble was detained along with Justin Hutchinson and Thomas Stewart, who were in a vehicle outside. The employee said he saw one of the men throw a handful of giftcards from the car as he approached.
Deputies said they observed gift cards strewn about the vehicle.
According to the report, none of the three suspects claimed responsibility of the stuff inside the car.
When deputies did a search of the car they said they found a clear plastic bags containing a white crystal-like substance along with a large carat diamond ring, a laptop and other items.
Anderson County deputies confirmed with Anderson police that the gift cards were stolen property from a pervious case.
Deputies said the gift cards were valued at more than $3,173.
Tribble, Hutchinson and Stewart were charged with receiving stolen goods and drug trafficking, according to online jail records.
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