Husband of Alleged Barbie Doll Thief Charged with Stealing Lawn Care Equipment
INVERNESS – One week after the arrest of a woman who stole collective Barbie Dolls from her aunt and uncle, the suspect’s husband now faces similar charges for stealing lawn care equipment from a former employer.
Officials say 30-year-old Ronald Buzard stole a weed-eater, back-pack blower, chainsaw, and a Hedger, and then attempted to sell the items online. When that failed, Buzard took some of the items to a Marion County pawn shop, where the shop owner contacted authorities.
Investigators were able to tie Buzard to the case, after images of the items were located on his cellphone and facebook page.
Buzard was taken into custody and charged with Grand Theft and Dealing in Stolen Property.
During an interview, Buzard claims he didn’t know the items were stolen and that he obtained them from an individual by the name of Ryan Hanrahan; however, Buzard failed to provide an information that would lead to the whereabouts of Hanrahan.
Buzard’s wife, Kristen was arrested last week after allegations that she stole several collectable Barbie Dolls and sold them to a thrift store.
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