Two arrested in theft of iPads from school
Shreveport police have arrested two men in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars in electronics from a local elementary school.
Back in late January, Shreveport police officers were called to the Oak Park Elementary School in reference to the theft of several Apple iPads tablets.
The iPad theft was one of two thefts that had occurred at the school in recent months totaling a loss in excess of $30,000.
In a previous theft in December 2013, The school suffered the loss of computers.
Shreveport police property crimes detectives immediately began an investigation into the thefts and even offered an amnesty peri od in efforts to recover the stolen electronics.
During the amnesty period, two iPads stolen during the burglary were recovered from sources with no established link to the thefts.
As the probe into the stolen tablets continued, investigators successfully gathered information and evidence that ultimately led to the arrest of two local men.
Zacaria Williams, 18, and Cadarrion Robinson, 19, both of Shreveport, were linked to the stolen iPads.
Williams faces charges of illegal possession of stolen things, while Robinson has been charged with two counts of simple burglary.
Authorities are confident that additional arrests will be made in the case as the investigation continues.