iPhone Bluetooth Connection Helps Police Identify Teenage Car Thief
Here is another reason to either love technology or hate it. You love it because it helps catch criminals, and you hate it because you are a criminal.
At 9:00 PM on November 1st a woman's car was parked at the Hamnett Park and Ride in Wilkinsburg Pennsylvania.
Unfortunately, the car was hijacked by two criminals. (Ugh, so rude)
The victim called the police and told them that two people followed her off of a bus and to her car.
The two people confronted the woman, demanding for her phone and keys.
With a stolen phone, stolen keys, and stolen car, this woman's day was just not going well for her.
After police were notified, they found the car a couple of hours later. Police said the people who were inside the car hopped out and ran.
When investigating the car, a clue came up about who the car thief could be. The car's Bluetooth showed that a new device called "Darrell's iPhone" was connected to the car.
As the investigation unfolded police said a Westinghouse High School security guard identified one of the suspects, Darrell Cammon Jr., 19, of Wilkinsburg, from bus surveillance video.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for Darrell Cammon, Jr., 19, of Wilkinsburg