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Traffic stop leads to recovery of stolen audio equipment

Sheriff's deputies pulled over a car for not having a license plate and discovered a large amount of audio equipment believed to be stolen.
Mario Jermaine Clayton
Mario Jermaine Clayton
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Sheriff's deputies pulled over a car for not having a license plate and discovered a large amount of audio equipment believed to be stolen.

Deputies say they noticed a large amount of auto equipment in the back of the car. The men in the car, 30-year-old Jonathan Hattison and 26-year-old Mario Jermaine Clayton, told the deputies that they bought the equipment from two men whom they knew at Extreme Audio for $980.

Further investigation revealed that the audio store On McAurthur in North Little Rock appeared to have recently been burglarized. The owner was contacted and he confirmed that the equipment came from his store but it had not been purchased.

Hattison and Clayton were arrested and charged with burglary with theft.
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