No home, no problem: Hoboken lady uses GPS to assistance military find stolen phone – The Jersey Journal

September 29, 2014 - garden totes

Hoboken military tracked down a homeless male who allegedly stole a city woman’s dungeon phone on Friday night by regulating iCloud.  

HOBOKEN — After a homeless male stole her phone on Friday, a Hoboken lady used a GPS tracking device on a phone to assistance military find him, city military said.

Orlando Guzman, 60, was arrested Friday night after allegedly holding a Hoboken woman’s iPhone. Guzman took a phone from a immature receptacle bag left unattended circuitously First and Garden streets, pronounced Detective Vito Gigante. When she beheld a phone was gone, she started tracking a device’s plcae by iCloud’s GPS real-time plcae tracker and called police, he said.

She told military that a phone had crossed over into Jersey City, circuitously 18th Street and Hoboken Avenue. Police found Guzman nearby, took him into control and charged him with theft, Gigante said.

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