RAVENNA — A Hudson man has pleaded guilty to stealing approximately $20,000 in property, including firearms, from a relative living in Streetsboro.

Mario A. Iacco, 29, of Bard Drive, pleaded guilty recently to six counts of grand theft of a firearm, all third-degree felonies, before retired Portage County Common Pleas Judge John Enlow.

Enlow, sitting in for Judge Laurie Pittman, ordered a pre-sentence investigation and also ordered that Iacco be interviewed for court-mandated substance abuse treatment and counseling at the Northeast Ohio Community Alternative Program for convicted felons.

Streetsboro police said that as far back as September 2016 and as recently as March 2017, Iacco stole 12 firearms from a family member living in Streetsboro. Those included five semiautomatic rifles, two other rifles, two shotguns and three handguns.

Police said Iacco was found to have had access to the residence during the time the guns were stolen and knew the combination to the safe where they were stored. He then took them to a pawn shop in Geauga County and sold them.

When a pawn slip was mailed to the home of the owner after Iacco failed to return to pick up the guns, detectives identified Iacco as a suspect, Streetsboro police said.

An additional nine guns were not recovered, police said. Other property that was stolen and sold included a propane stove, a generator, body armor, a crossbow, tools, camping equipment and knives, police said.

Reporter Dave O'Brien can be reached at 330-298-1128, dobrien@recordpub.com or @daveobrien_RC.