A couple from Georgia is facing a laundry list of charges after they attempted to sell a stolen car to undercover police officers. Officials from the Bartow County Sheriff's Office and the Cartersville Drug Task Force discovered that a vehicle which had been reported stolen was being sold byKimberly Smithand Nicholas Brown. Investigators contacted the couple, pretending to be a regular citizen interested in purchasing the car.
When Brown and Smith went to sell the stolen car, they were taken into custody, and officers found other stolen items in the vehicle along with illegal drugs.
Brown was hit with numerous charges including two counts of theft by receiving stolen property, theft by bringing stolen property into the state, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, willful obstruction of law enforcement officers, giving a false name, forgery in the second degree, concealing the identity of a vehicle, and driving with a suspended license.
Smith was charged with possession of methamphetamine, and for being a fugitive from justice.
Photo: Cartersville Police Department