He was nabbed after turning on one of the stolen Macs.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested and charged with burglarizing the home of the late Steve Jobs after he connected some stolen computers to the Internet. The burglar, Kariem McFarlin, broke into Jobs' home on July 17th and took more than $60,000 worth of computers and other items. McFarlin made the mistake of connecting some of the Apple machines to the Internet, which prompted the computers to connect with Apple servers for software upgrades. Once Apple security officials traced the location of the machines, they contacted Palo Alto police. McFarlin has reportedly confessed to the crime and even told police that he had no idea that it was Jobs' house until he read a letter that was among the stolen items. He also led police to a storage locker that had some of Jobs' personal items including the letter, a wallet and some credit cards. (CNET)