Pawn brokers in Mohave County, located in the northwestern corner of Arizona, aren’t too happy about the possibility of having to pay even more fees.
“The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office says revenue from a proposed fee on all pawn shop tickets would cover the costs of participating in a national database geared toward recovering stolen property and tracking down suspects,” reported MyFoxPhilly.com reported on February 11, 2013.
On the same day, the Kingman Daily Miner reported, “Pawnbrokers are objecting to the fee because many of them already have to pay a per transaction fee to local police departments.” One pawn broker in Kingman was quoted as saying that he already pays three dollars a ticket. Another pawn broker in Bullhead was quoted as saying he already pays Bullhead City one to two dollars a ticket.
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To read the Kingman Daily Miner article in full, click here.