Police arrest woman after allegedly tracking stolen iPad via GPS - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Police arrest woman after allegedly tracking stolen iPad via GPS

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Lisa M. Johnson (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Lisa M. Johnson (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they arrested a woman on Monday after she was caught with a stolen iPad.

According to an arrest report, the iPad was stolen from a home on Springvale Drive in east Louisville.

Police say the iPad was tracked via GPS to the home of 48-year-old Lisa M. Johnson on Huntoon Avenue, near the intersection of Taylor Blvd. and Southern Pkwy. It was there that officers recovered the stolen iPad, according to the arrest report.

Johnson allegedly admitted to being at the location of the burglary on the day it took place.

She was arrested and charged with receipt of stolen property.

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