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Teen burglarizes home, leaves MySpace logged in

Deputies said they found empty soda and food containers, and some marijuana on a coffee table


Associated Press

SUGARLOAF KEY, Fla. — Investigators say it wasn't difficult to find a teenager who broke into a Florida Keys home because he left a computer in the home logged onto his MySpace account. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office reported that 18-year-old was charged with burglary, theft and possession of burglary tools after Sunday night's break-in.

Deputies said a caretaker for the Sugarloaf Key home reported the burglary. Deputies said they found empty soda and food containers, and some marijuana on a coffee table. They later found the teenager who said he broke into the home to get out of the unseasonably cold weather.

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