Pinellas teacher accused of selling stolen iPad
A Pinellas County schoolteacher is accused of stealing an iPad from her former school and selling it to Best Buy. Julia King, 34, of Naples was charged today with felony dealing in stolen property. According to a report, the iPad was reported stolen in September. Detectives assigned to the Burglary and Pawn Unit in May discovered the iPad had been sold to a Best Buy on April 26 for $145 by King. Detectives continued their investigation and subsequently obtained an arrest warrant for King, who was arrested in Palm Harbor this afternoon.According to deputies, King had been employed as a teacher at Dunedin Middle School; and later transferred to East Lake High School. The investigation is continuing.
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