Sheriff's officials found the stolen property on nearly 40 acres of land near Greenfield.
According to Dade County Sheriff Steve Stapp, you name it - and it was probably found on this compound full of items to pawn. It's taken three days to process most of the items and the work is not finished.
Sheriff Stapp says the list of stolen goods includes tillers, ATVs, roofing material, vehicles and even a pop-up camper. The property comes from several counties including Greene, Lawrence and Dade.
There is also a new house under construction on the site which may be part of the investigation.
Stapp says the owner of the land lives in Springfield and claims no knowledge that the stolen goods were on this site. One man living on the property has not yet been charged in this case but is being held on a drug possession warrant.
Both he and the owner of the property could face charges in this case later this week.
"These items are what they can quickly pawn," Sheriff Stapp says. "So they'll steal electronic items like this and they can trade those for methamphetamine or whatever their drug of choice is. And that's what we have information that most of these items that are out here, that's why they're out here because they were traded in the Springfield area for drugs."
Deputies are cataloging VIN and serial numbers on the items right now. They're working to make contact with the owners of the items if they've been registered as stolen.