opposite to earlier statements, SFWeekly studies that the San Francisco Police department now admits to aiding Apple investigators with the hunt of a lost iPhone 5. An earlier file prompt that Apple had acted on its own without the participation of the police division.
Contradicting previous statements that no information exist of police involvement in the search for the lost prototype, San Francisco Police division spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield now tells SF Weekly that “three or four” SFPD officers accompanied two Apple safety officers in an bizarre search of a Bernal Heights man’s residence.
The four plainclothes San Francisco division police officers accompanied two Apple investigators to the house of Sergio Calderón. in line with probably the most contemporary report, best the 2 Apple staff entered the house and searched while the four police officers remained outside.
SFWeekly means that there are some questions now why this incident used to be not recorded as per standard procedure. San Francisco Police department spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield now says “Apple got here to us announcing that they were in search of a misplaced item, and a few plainclothes officers replied out to the home with them. My working out is that they stood outdoor. they simply assisted Apple to the address.”
The previous document had steered that Apple investigators can have impersonated the police which is a criminal offense. It seems now that this used to be not the case.
An Apple worker reportedly lost this iPhone prototype in a restaurant/bar in late July. It seems, to this point, that CNet’s authentic account of the story was accurate.
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