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Campbell County passes used property law

By The Community Recorder

May 17, 2013

Campbell County Fiscal Court voted unanimously to approve a new used property sales tracking ordinance at the meeting in Newport Wednesday, May 15.

The version of the ordinance approved by Fiscal Court excludes the City of Newport from the new law, which has a similar and older law already in place, said Campbell County Administrator Robert Horine.

Campbell County Attorney Steve Franzen introduced the used property ordinance after working with representatives of police and the Independent Business Association of Northern Kentucky on a compromise.

The ordinance will require pawn shops, jewelry and video game stores, and other businesses buying used property to post photos of items purchased from people at at LeadsOnline service and to only issue payments in the form of checks. All police departments in the county have access to LeadsOnline now, said Franzen in May 9 story in The Community Recorder.

The goal of the ordinance is to fight drug, and especially heroin, related thefts by taking the cash out of the transaction and giving police a way to see what is being purchased online, said Franzen in the May 9 story.


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