The two suspects arrested in the Game World raid have posted bail and are due in court April 8, a sheriff's official said.
Gary Owen, 58, of Canoga Park, and Rodney Whitfield, 31, of Canyon Country, posted $20,000 bail each on March 18.
The duo charged with possession of stolen property will be back in court April 8 for an arraignment, said Lt. Brenda Cambra.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies arrested Game World co-owners Owen and Whitfield on March 18 after Whitfield purchased a used video game system from an undercover agent.
Whitfield allegedly failed to ask for identification or to make the agent fill out required paperwork, Sgt. James Anderson said.
Second-hand video game stores, like pawn shops, must ask sellers to provide photo identification, submit a thumbprint and paperwork to complete the sale.
A recent string of residential burglaries tipped off sheriff's deputies that Game World might be dealing in stolen video games and gaming systems, Anderson said.