Court Dealy for Suspect in Steve Jobs' Home Burglary

Suspect is accused of stealing valuable items as well as personal mementos.

The man accused of burglarizing the home of the late Steve Jobs was in court Wednesday to enter a plea, but the hearing was put off until next month.

Attorneys for Kariem McFarlin told the judge that they needed more time to review evidence, according to Palo Alto Online. The prosecution did not object. Both sides will return to court on Oct. 17.

McFarlin is accused of stealing electronics, jewelry and personal items from the Jobs home on Waverly Street in Palo Alto in July. He was arrested in August.


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