Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’s home burglarized, $60K worth of items stolen

Email Twitter: @ronwinbeta Aug 14th, 2012 inUncategorized

According to a new report, Apple co-founder Steve Job’s home was recently burglarized and nearly $60,000 worth of computers and personal items were stolen. The burglar did not know the home belonged to Steve Jobs prior to entering the home of the Apple co-founder, who passed away October 5th of 2011.

Turns out, the burglar who was identified as Kariem McFarlin, 35 years old, did not know it was the Palo Alto home of Steve Jobs, who passed away at the home back in October of 2011. The home was undergoing extensive renovation and had become a grathering place for those wishing to mourn his death. McFarlin is being charged with residential burglary and selling stolen property and is expected to be at court on August 20th. No idea what exactly was stolen other than “$60,000 worth of computers and personal items.”

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