“A Methuen, Mass., man accused of stealing 330 iPhones with a former co-worker turned himself in yesterday after fighting extradition for nearly two months,” James A. Kimble reports for The Eagle-Tribune.
“Josh Garrard, 28, was ordered held at the Rockingham County Jail yesterday after his arraignment in Salem District Court,” Kimble reports.
“Salem police Sgt. Steve Malisos said police sought a governor’s warrant and were in the process of trying to bring Garrard back to the state from Massachusetts through the court system when he changed his mind and turned himself in at the Salem police station around 11:30 a.m. yesterday,” Kimble reports.
“Garrard was arrested March 25 at his Methuen home on charges of teaming up with a co-worker at the Apple Store at the Mall at Rockingham Park to steal hundreds of the popular computer phones and resell them,” Kimble reports.
“Garrard and Christopher Nashed, 22, of Sandown are facing single felony theft charges. The two men planned on reselling the phones to a single buyer for a $138,600 profit,” Kimble reports.
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