(a)   Any person who shall buy, receive or aid in the concealment, within the City of Wayne, of any stolen, embezzled or converted money, goods or property, knowing the same to have been stolen, embezzled or converted, if the property purchased, received or concealed shall be of the value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) or less, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
   (b)   Any person who fails to make reasonable inquiry that the person selling or delivering any stolen, embezzled or converted property to said person has a legal right to do so, shall be presumed to have bought or received such property knowing it to have been stolen, embezzled or converted.  This presumption may be rebutted by proofs.
   (c)   In any prosecution under this section, it shall not be necessary to aver, nor at the trial thereof, to prove, that the person who stole, embezzled or converted such property has been convicted of any crime involving said theft, embezzlement or conversion. 
(Ord. 1991-20.  Passed 10-15-91.)