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Brentwood pawn shop owner sentenced for role in retail theft ring

Carlos Ulloa was sentenced to up to nine years in prison for corruption and money laundering, and up to seven years on a weapons charge.

News 12 Staff

Feb 3, 2024, 3:20 AM

Updated 167 days ago

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A Brentwood pawn shop owner was sentenced Friday for spearheading a retail theft ring.
Carlos Ulloa pleaded guilty in September to masterminding a scheme that brought in over $1 million a year. Prosecutors say he sold stolen goods out of E-Z Cash Pawn and Jewelry for around four years.
Ulloa was sentenced to up to nine years in prison for corruption and money laundering, and up to seven years on a weapons charge.
Three other people also pleaded guilty to their roles in the operation.


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