curious

London, KY

#1 Mar 22, 2012
Saw on news , what is going on with ??? hummmmmmmmmmmmm
Re-Play-1

London, KY

#2 Mar 22, 2012
?? hmmmmmm curious if you saw it on the new then you should know whats going on ?? This is weird shit anyway you look at it.
Who in the world(their right mind) leaves their credit card with a pawn shop/or any1 long enough for them to rack up 12 grand?
Why didnt she just report her card lost stolen or once she met the amount owed in the agreement? I am pretty sure Steve said [quote]“When January came apparently he would not return the card to her and continued to make the charges and that is when they did the math and realized more than $12,000.00 had been charged”[unquote].

Either way here you go, copied and pasted from the new with link.

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http://www.wkyt.com/wymt/home/headlines/Pawn_...
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A Knox County pawn shop owner faces felony charges after police opened an investigation on Feb. 15.

The owner and operator of the T & L Pawn Shop in Barbourville faces a list of charges that could put him behind bars for more than two decades. Police said this all started with one victim coming forward.

A complaint last month prompted police in Knox County to investigate suspicious activity at T & L Pawn Shop. Det. Steve Owens of the Barbourville Police Department said one woman said she had an agreement with owner Lewis Ray Gray to make monthly payments on a credit card from August until January.

“When January came apparently he would not return the card to her and continued to make the charges and that is when they did the math and realized,” said Owens.

The 45-year-old faces charges including Unlawful Access to a Computer, a class C felony along with Misuse of Electronic Information and Receipt of a Card in Violation of Kentucky Law, both class D felonies. Owens said the investigation is ongoing and would not comment on any future charges.

A search warrant issued last week revealed multiple bank cards and checks made out to "Cash," were seized from the shop, along with over $3,000 in cash. Computers and other electronic devices such as a modem, digital camera, iPods and an adapter were also taken.

Det. Owens confirmed that there were multiple cards found at the business.

“There were, we are still investigating the reasoning behind them being there and we have not determined why they were at the location,” said Owens.

The search warrant also revealed that some of the cards were found along with tax return packets. Police said they have sympathy for the alleged victims, but advise to never leave credit card or sensitive information with anyone.

“It is disheartening, it creates a situation that is somewhat difficult to investigate and has a lot of layers to it,” said Owens.
“Any time that any type of card leaves your possession you are endangering yourself to access to that card or your identity.”

Ray is out of jail and is expected in court on April 3. Ray’s attorney, Warren Scoville was called but WYMT was unable to reach him.
curious

London, KY

#3 Mar 26, 2012
Re-Play-1 wrote:
?? hmmmmmm curious if you saw it on the new then you should know whats going on ?? This is weird shit anyway you look at it.
Who in the world(their right mind) leaves their credit card with a pawn shop/or any1 long enough for them to rack up 12 grand?
Why didnt she just report her card lost stolen or once she met the amount owed in the agreement? I am pretty sure Steve said [quote]“When January came apparently he would not return the card to her and continued to make the charges and that is when they did the math and realized more than $12,000.00 had been charged”[unquote].
Either way here you go, copied and pasted from the new with link.
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http://www.wkyt.com/wymt/home/headlines/Pawn_...
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A Knox County pawn shop owner faces felony charges after police opened an investigation on Feb. 15.
The owner and operator of the T & L Pawn Shop in Barbourville faces a list of charges that could put him behind bars for more than two decades. Police said this all started with one victim coming forward.
A complaint last month prompted police in Knox County to investigate suspicious activity at T & L Pawn Shop. Det. Steve Owens of the Barbourville Police Department said one woman said she had an agreement with owner Lewis Ray Gray to make monthly payments on a credit card from August until January.
“When January came apparently he would not return the card to her and continued to make the charges and that is when they did the math and realized,” said Owens.
The 45-year-old faces charges including Unlawful Access to a Computer, a class C felony along with Misuse of Electronic Information and Receipt of a Card in Violation of Kentucky Law, both class D felonies. Owens said the investigation is ongoing and would not comment on any future charges.
A search warrant issued last week revealed multiple bank cards and checks made out to "Cash," were seized from the shop, along with over $3,000 in cash. Computers and other electronic devices such as a modem, digital camera, iPods and an adapter were also taken.
Det. Owens confirmed that there were multiple cards found at the business.
“There were, we are still investigating the reasoning behind them being there and we have not determined why they were at the location,” said Owens.
The search warrant also revealed that some of the cards were found along with tax return packets. Police said they have sympathy for the alleged victims, but advise to never leave credit card or sensitive information with anyone.
“It is disheartening, it creates a situation that is somewhat difficult to investigate and has a lot of layers to it,” said Owens.
“Any time that any type of card leaves your possession you are endangering yourself to access to that card or your identity.”
Ray is out of jail and is expected in court on April 3. Ray’s attorney, Warren Scoville was called but WYMT was unable to reach him.


i think it's about time, where do all the cars come from ?? and all the other goodies,house on the lake-etc,,it is time, i hate to see anyone go down and glad to see anyone prosper but not cheat ppl
Concerned Parent

Canada, KY

#4 May 19, 2012
curious wrote:
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i think it's about time, where do all the cars come from ?? and all the other goodies,house on the lake-etc,,it is time, i hate to see anyone go down and glad to see anyone prosper but not cheat ppl
Not only what u read on here is true. He is also fronting the dealers that run the pipe line so they can make their runs.
Ud like to know

United States

#5 Nov 2, 2012
He's a free man that's for sure.
wordring

London, KY

#6 Nov 16, 2012
yea we had some guns in there and we asked him to hold them back and he said he whould in till tax season and we came back goingh to pick them up
and he we lost them

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