HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – A man from Huntington faces several charges after troopers say he stole a $2500 ring from one pawn shop, and then tried to sell it at another pawn shop a short time later.
West Virginia State Police charged Jimmy Jackson, 21, with grand larceny, receiving and transferring stolen property, conspiracy to commit a felony, fleeing on foot and obstructing.
Troopers say the ring was stolen from a pawn shop in the 3000 block of Route 60 Saturday afternoon.
According to the criminal complaint, a Cabell County Sheriff’s Deputy was able to identify Jackson from surveillance video at the store a short time after the theft.
The store owner then called other pawn shops in the area to alert them to the theft. While doing so, the owner of a pawn shop in Huntington said Jackson was at his store trying to sell the ring.
When a trooper and a sheriff’s deputy arrived at that store they said, Jackson took off on foot. A foot pursuit ensued, and Jackson was final captured after slipping on icy grounds.
Jackson was arraigned on the charges Sunday.
Cabell County 911 dispatchers say the man stole a ring from a pawn shop on Route 60, then tried to sell the ring to the same pawn shop's downtown location.
The Cabell County Sheriff's Department and West Virginia State Police chased the man through downtown Huntington.
He was apprehended.
There is no word on what charges he may face.