San Jose Mercury News reported at 14th Aug, 2012 that Apple-co-founder Steve Jobs' Palo Alto home burglarized.
It stated that the Palo Alto, Calif., home was robbed on July 17 of more than $60,000 in computers and other items, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office. Kariem McFarlin, a 35-year-old man, was arrested and charged with the crime.
Police say the man accused of breaking into Steve Jobs' house made off with the Apple Inc. co-founder's wallet with $1 inside, in addition to Apple gadgets and $60,000 in jewelry.
Authorities arrested Kariem McFarlin, 35, of Alameda, in his hometown Aug. 2 on suspicion of burglarizing the residence and selling stolen property, And he was arraigned Aug. 7.
Authorities say the suspect, 35-year-old Kariem McFarlin, realized he was in Jobs' house when he saw a letter addressed to Jobs. The home was unoccupied.
San Jose Mercury News 報道， 蘋果前教主喬布斯旧居在2012年7月17日遭小偷光顾， 盜走數架iPhone, iPad， Mac 電腦， 喬布斯的錢包，信用卡，駕駛執照以及價值6萬美元的Tiffany & Co. 手飾。
圣克拉拉县地区检察官办公室則在不久前宣佈逮捕一名35岁的男子， Kariem McFarlin. 並控告他是這案的罪犯。其實要抓捕此仁兄並不困難， 因為當McFarlin開啓電腦時，電腦要求＂升級（upgrades)＂而自動的和蘋果服務器連缐，所以 有關當局追蹤電腦IP地址既可。
而Mike Cassidy則批判說，如果此事屬實，那McFarlin不指犯上了一個錯誤，而且他還盜走了所有屬於蘋 友的一點東西，他這個舉動不可以被原諒！
＂If Kariem McFarlin committed the crime police say he did, the former San Jose State football player didn't just steal an Apple (AAPL)-store-worth of electronics and some stunning Tiffany jewelry from the late Steve Jobs' Palo Alto house.
He took something away from all of us, and for that he won't be forgiven.＂
1) Police: Burglar nabbed after turning on Steve Jobs' stolen Macs
2) Kariem McFarlin, Steve Jobs' home burglary suspect, also took wallet, driver's license and jewelry, police say
3) Cassidy: Steve Jobs burglary defiles a Silicon Valley shrine