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Two people were arrested in two counties for selling stolen golf clubs to a used sporting goods store, according to the Iredell County Sheriff's Office.
On September 3, deputies received a report of a breaking and entering that had occurred on Surfside Lane in Mooresville. The deputies responded and found that the victim's garage had been broken into and two sets of golf clubs were stolen. The golf clubs were valued at $3500, the report states.
Detectives followed up on the case, and received information that the golf clubs may have been sold at a business in Mooresville that deals in used sports equipment. After investigating, some of the golf clubs were identified as being the victim's, and returned to the rightful owner.
The woman that sold the clubs was identified as Andreana Kimberly Magee, 36, of Mooresville. The business owner also described a man who came in with her, later identified as Dean Daniel Lombardo 39, also of Mooresville.
Both Lombardo and Magee had been arrested shortly after the break in case in Mooresville, and were being held in the Mecklenburg County Jail. Detectives found that the two had been arrested by the Cornelius Police Department on larceny charges.
After speaking with Cornelius Police Detectives, it was found that some of the other golf clubs sold by Magee at the business in Mooresville belonged to other break-in victims in Cornelius.
Both Magee and Lombardo were charged with breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering. The two will be brought to Iredell County at a later time to be served on the warrants.