Extenze Part of $750,000 in Recovered Stolen Property
Four hundred bottles of Extenze, a male enhancement supplement, were part of $750,000 in stolen property recovered in a police raid at a Covington, Kentucky pawn shop.
Investigators began looking into the pawn shop when city leaders suspected the owner wasnt properly registering his merchandise.
A raid conducted on Wednesday recovered thousands of stolen items. Police said the stolen property came from a shoplifting ring operating in the greater Cincinnati area and northern Kentucky.
In addition to the 400 bottles of Extenze, an herbal supplement that claims to promote natural male enhancement, police also seized power tools, Playstations, an $1,800 espresso machine, Sonic toothbrushes, mail, 2,000 boxes of Crest White Strips and thousands of DVDs.
The owner of the pawn shop, Charlie Wilson, 46, was arrested and charged with violating a city ordinance. More charges could be pending.