James City Police Track Man with GPS in Stolen TV

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January 17, 2013

7:32 PM

James City County police have charged resident Michael Morris with burglary, grand larceny and misdemeanor property destruction for breaking into a Williamsburg Plantation timeshare and stealing a 40-inch flat screen television. According to the Virginia Gazette, police used small tracking devices into the televisions that were installed after previous break-ins to track Morris. After police located his dwelling they recovered the TV set, along with other stolen property.

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