Trinity man accused of selling stolen property at flea market

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Ronald Lee Hayes

HIGH POINT, N.C. — A Trinity man was arrested Friday after police say he was selling stolen property at a flea market in High Point.

Police found Ronald Lee Hayes, 63, of Trinity, to be in possession of a large quantity of stolen merchandise, narcotics and over $10,000 in cash.

The investigation began when the High Point Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit organized the “Larceny Initiative.”

Through the investigation, officers responded to Brentwood Street Flea Market where they arrested Hayes.

Hayes has been charged with felony possession of stolen property, misdemeanor drug possession and misdemeanor drug. He was taken to jail under a $250 bond.


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