A pawnshop transaction led to the arrest of three theft suspects over the weekend.
Last week Kingman Police said they arrested four suspects in a January home invasion after they found some of the stolen items at a local pawnshop.
In this unrelated case, it was a mother who found a pawn slip with her son's name on it, along with some of her missing items, including several X-Box games, movies and CDs.
The mother called sheriff's deputies and told them that she had previously kicked her son out of the home for stealing from her. The son, 21-year-old Kyle Timothy Brokar, was questioned at his new residence across the street and was ultimately arrested for the incident.
The mother also suspected that her daughter, Kellie Marie Morris, 18, and the girl's boyfriend, Nathan Michael Foskett, 18, sold some of the items.
Sheriff's spokeswoman Trish Carter said both Brokar and Foskett admitted pawning the items.
All three are charged with one felony count of trafficking in stolen property and one misdemeanor count of theft.