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MySpace log-in snags burglary suspect

By Washington Post Editors

A Florida man was arrested and charged with burglary after investigators found a computer logged into his MySpace account at the alleged victim's home, according to this report:

Deputies arriving at the house found no one inside, but they did find a back window open, empty soda and food containers, and some marijuana on a coffee table. The deputies also found a bedroom computer turned on and logged into the MySpace account of Robert Rupp, 18, of Big Coppitt Key, the Sheriff's Office said.

Read the full story on the Sun-Sentinel web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | November 9, 2010; 6:38 AM ET
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