It is a gross misdemeanor for:
(1) Any person to remove, alter, or obliterate any manufacturer’s make, model, or serial number, personal identification number, or identifying marks engraved or etched upon an item of personal property that was purchased, consigned, or received in pledge. In addition, an item shall not be accepted or a pledge for secondhand purchase where the manufacturer’s make, model, or serial number, personal identification number, or identifying marks engraved or etched upon an item of personal property has been removed, altered, or obliterated;
(2) Any person to knowingly make, cause or allow to be made any false entry or misstatement of any material matter in any book, record, or writing required to be kept under this chapter;
(3) Any pawnbroker or secondhand dealer to receive any property from any person under the age of 18 years, any person under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, or any person known to the pawnbroker or secondhand dealer as having been convicted of burglary, robbery, theft, or possession of or receiving stolen property within the past 10 years whether the person is acting in his or her own behalf or as the agent of another; or
(4) Any person to violate knowingly any other provision of this chapter.