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Silver Flatware From PA Gov's Mansion Sold To Pawn Shop

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The owner of an antique shop said he had never met or done business with Michael Yancey before Yancey began selling him expensive silver cutlery three months ago.

Still, he knew something wasn't quite sterling about this silver.

Yancey, a chef at the governor's residence in Harrisburg, was arrested by state police this week after Terry Breidenstine, owner of All County Jewelry, Coins and Antiques became suspicious of the items the 28-year-old was selling and notified police.
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To see what the shop owner got for "doing the right thing" ...

http://www.ldnews.com/ci_17282833

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Rick GComment by Rick G - February 5, 2011, 1:07 pm
It was a lose-lose for the shop owner. Had he not reported it they might have charged him with receiving stolen goods as well. Now he's out $3,000. PA should reward him but they probably need the money more than he does...

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