MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach police are seeking a 23-year-old man that is accused of stealing nearly $20,000 worth of jewelry from his own mother in April, and then pawning it.
MBPD officers responded to a home on Pine Island Road on April 23, where the victim told police that her son, Jonathan David Stallard, stole numerous pieces of gold jewelry, a gun, and an electric sander, according to information released by the department.
As police investigated, they discovered that Stallard had pawned all of the jewelry in exchange for money, and all the jewelry had since been scrapped. The victim told police that she wished to prosecute Stallard to the fullest extent of the law.
The stolen items included two golden nuggets, three gold necklaces, five diamond rings, three wedding rings, a charm necklace, a sander, 38 special handgun, and several other pieces of gold jewelry.
Stallard was last employed at Shucker's at 300 North Kings Highway, according to police. He is described as a 6-foot-1-inch tall, 170-pound white male with brown hair, blue eyes, and a light complexion.