Woman Charged With Pawning Stolen Jewelry
Jenny Marino of Salem, Mass. told Salem, N.H. police she was pawning $9K in jewelry for a friend.
A Salem, Mass., woman was arrested Monday afternoon in Salem, N.H. after she attempted to pawn $9,000 worth of what police say was stolen jewelry.
Jenny Marino, 27, was charged with felonies for receiving stolen property and drug possession and held on $2,000 cash bail.
Police in the New Hampshire town said they responded to the Salem Cash for Gold location Monday at 2:26 p.m. for a report of a female trying to pawn a large amount of jewelry. The jewelry was valued at over $9,000.
Marino told police she was "pawning it for a friend who promised her some of the money."
Police found Marino also had a small amount of the stolen prescription drug Suboxone.
Marino was taking into custody without incident and bail was set at $2,000. She was transported to Rockingham County jail pending arraignment in 10th Circuit Court in Salem, N.H.