Apple Airtag leads police to stolen vehicle driven by Corey Little

18-year-old Corey Little was jailed after police observed him driving a vehicle that was reported stolen on September 12th. Kayla Guthrie called the police, stating that her Audi was stolen, and using an AirTag, she was able to track it to Ogden Drive and Mayer Lane. An officer began heading in that direction and ended up directly behind the vehicle while en route traveling on Ogden Drive. The Audi suddenly stopped in the middle of the road, and the driver exited. The driver then walked toward the patrol vehicle and was immediately detained by police. He stated that he didn’t know the car was stolen and that he had been walking on County Hospital Road when a friend from Middle school pulled up next to him and asked him to get in. After a few minutes of driving around, the friend, Tony, offered to sell the car to Mr. Little for $500. Little had no driver’s license but still agreed to purchase the vehicle. The approximate value of the Audi is over $60,000.

Timothy Rose jailed after placing tracking devices on estranged wife’s vehicle


35-year-old Timothy Rose was booked last week on an outstanding warrant after his wife discovered he had a tracking device hardwired into her car battery on August 12, 2022. Caycee Rose told police the tracker was placed on July 31st, 2022, when he was working on her car. The day she noticed the tracker, she called Timothy and recorded him admitting to placing the tracker so he could know her whereabouts. Caycee removed the tracker and told her estranged husband not to contact her; she also had her lawyer inform Timothy that he wasn’t to contact her. Mr. and Mrs. Rose have been separated since August 4th, 2022. From August 12, 2022, until February 8th, 2023, Caycee received notifications that an Apple product was moving with her, but she does not possess the products she was being notified about. Police believe Timothy is now using Apple products to track her.