Louisville UPS employee accused of stealing iPhones from loading trucks
Police say he was arrested after he sold the stolen iPhones to ECO ATMs, where he had to present his ID.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police say a UPS employee was arrested Wednesday morning, after he stole several iPhones from trucks he was loading.
According to an arrest warrant, the thefts took place from Dec. 21, 2016, to March 27, 2018. Police say 20-year-old Cody Logan was working at the UPS Customer Center at 8100 Air Commerce Drive. Logan's job involved scanning packages as he moved them on and off trucks.
Logan is accused of taking several iPhones from the trucks, scanning them in, and then keeping them for his own personal use without paying for them.
Police say on Jan. 4, 2017, he sold one of the stolen iPhones to the ECO ATM inside the Jefferson Mall. On Feb. 23, 2017, he allegedly sold another of the stolen iPhones to the ECO ATM at the Walmart at 11901 Standiford Plaza Drive. At both locations, police say Logan had to provide his ID and his photo had to be taken in order to make the sale.
A warrant was issued for Logan's arrest on Feb. 26. He was taken into custody Wednesday morning.
Logan is charged with theft by unlawful taking and receipt of stolen property.
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