South Florida cop accused of selling police-issued weapons, laser sights to pawn shop

A South Florida officer has been arrested after department brass accused him of selling two police-issued weapons and other police equipment to a pawn shop.

Hallandale Beach cop Yan Kleyman, 33, was arrested Friday on a charge of dealing stolen property, according to reports.

“Following an internal routine audit, my staff identified that this individual conducted pawn transactions involving Hallendale Police Department-issued equipment,” Police Chief Sonia Quinones said.

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Kleyman declined to comment to NBC 6 Miami after being released from the Broward County jail on $3,500 bond.

He was accused of pawning a semi-automatic rifle, a semi-automatic pistol and red dot lasers, the station reported.

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The arrest report said Kleyman conducted 15 transactions with the pawnbroker from March 2017 to August 2018, according to the station.

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Quinones said she fired Kleyman after his arrest.