(A)   Every pawnbroker shall keep a register of all loans and purchases of all sections by the pawnbroker from the general public. The register shall:
      (1)   Be reported to an online, internet-based transaction recording service accessible to law enforcement agencies;
      (2)   Show the dates and the amounts of all loans or purchases by the pawnbroker from the general public, and the names and:
         (a)   A driver's license number;
         (b)   Another state or federally issued picture identification card number; or
         (c)   If the identification specified in division (a) or (b) of this division is not available, a Social Security number may be accepted; of all persons who have left any property that has been pawned or sold;
      (3)   At all times be available to the inspection of any law enforcement officer of this state when in the discharge of his or her official duty; and
      (4)   Contain a full description of all property purchased by the pawnbroker from the general public or received on deposit as collateral or security. When requested by law enforcement and pertaining to an investigation, a photograph of the merchandise shall be made available to law enforcement if the property is still in the possession of the pawnbroker. For purposes of this division, "full description" includes but is not limited to:
         (a)   Make;
         (b)   Model;
         (c)   Color;
         (d)   Size;
         (e)   Manufacturer;
         (f)   Vintage; and
         (g)   Distinguishing marks or characteristics.
   (B)   When secondhand merchandise is sold to a pawnbroker, the merchandise shall be held for a minimum of twelve (12) days before being resold.
   (C)   Prior to the release of property to a representative of law enforcement, the law enforcement representative shall provide to the pawnbroker a case report or other documentation that the item has been reported as stolen.
(KRS 226.040)
   (D)   Every pawnbroker shall, by 11:00 a.m. each day, make available to the Chief of Police a true and correct written report of all goods received by him, whether by pawn or purchase, during the 24 hours preceding each report. The report shall describe the goods as accurately as practicable. The Chief of Police shall furnish blanks for these reports.
(KRS 226.070) Penalty, see § 112.99