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Why trust the new guys on the block? We have been a local family owned business for 3 generations. With that kind of experience you can believe you will get the best possible service and price for your gold or other valuables. Don’t trust the rest come straight to the best at MMJ’S Pawn Llc or Traderman Pawn Llc.
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MMJ’S Pawn crew thwart’s would be Burglars!!!

Alamogordo teen arrested on auto burglary charges

Alamogordo Daily News
Daily News Report
Posted:   10/17/2012 03:35:50 PM MDT
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Zachary Scott Barela, left, and Armando… (Photo courtesy of the Las Cruces Police Department)

LAS CRUCES — A pawn shop owner led Las Cruces police to the arrest of two 18-year-old men suspected of stealing property from vehicles Tuesday evening.

Zachary “Zach” Scott Barela, of 5285 Zeus Ave., Las Cruces, and Armando “Cupcakes” Alonzo, of 1010 Mesquite St., Alamogordo, are each charged with two counts of auto burglary, one count of tampering with evidence and one count of conspiracy.

On Tuesday, Las Cruces police were called to the MMJ’s pawn shop at 2215 N. Main St. where Barela and Alonzo were trying to sell a digital camera with a New Mexico State University property sticker affixed to it. The pawn shop employee was suspicious of the sticker and called police to verify the ownership of the camera.

When a Las Cruces police officer arrived at the pawn shop, Barela and Alonzo attempted to flee on foot.

Detectives determined that Barela and Alonzo burglarized at least two vehicles the night before. Property taken during the burglaries included an iPod, an iPad, stereo speakers, a wallet and a duffle bag with women’s clothes. Police recovered several of the stolen items from Barela’s residence and from the 1996 Ford pickup he drove to the pawn shop.

Other items suspected of being stolen were also located in the pickup or at Barela’s home, but police have yet to determine ownership of those items.

Barela and Alonzo were booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center with bond set at $30,000 each.

2004 Suzuki GSF500

This is the 2004 Suzuki GSF500 that is available for purchase in my shop! Asking price is $3,500  obo. I just had this bike tuned up and a new battery installed. This is a great bike for anyone how is interested in saving gas while not giving up power. It features a 500cc four-stroke air-cooled engine and hydraulic front and rear brakes.

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