Tue. Jul 5th, 2022

Police Officers Who Searched The Home For Lost iPhone 5 Prototype were Apple Employees? (Report)

From the previous report of the lost iPhone 5 prototype has started to make heat. Statements are changing from time to time. At first it was  said that the iPhone 5 prototype was leaked in a Cava22 in Mexico. Cava 22 is a bar in Mexico. The story began from a bar and then moved to the persons house where it was said that they Apple has located the iPhone 5 Prototype. The team of Police went to the house in Bernal Heights and found the persons home.

Then they requested him to search the house for the iPhone 5 prototype. When the search was completed they didn’t found any thing. So they offered the man $300 to give them the iPhone Prototype. The man never had the prototype so he denied the offer and said If he would had the prototype, he would have given to them.

Then After a day we cam across another news that the people who searched the home were not from FSPD. FSPD denied the statement saying that they don’t have any record of search order of any kind of home and even Apple never contacted them about the lost prototype.

The man who was searched claimed that there were six men and two women of SFPD (San Francisco Police Department) who searched his house in July for the lost iPhone 5 Prototype, this reports come from sfweekly.

“Calderón said that at about 6 p.m. six people — four men and two women — wearing badges of some kind showed up at his door. “They said, ‘Hey, Sergio, we’re from the San Francisco Police Department.’” He said they asked him whether he had been at Cava 22 over the weekend (he had) and told him that they had traced a lost iPhone to his home using GPS”

Now it seems that Six men and Two women who were wearing badges of some kind weren’t the part of SFPD, but are the part of Apple’s Security. The number given to Calderón by one of the men who said him self as Tony, turns out to be the number of Anthony Colon, a former San Jose Police sergeant who is employed as a “senior investigator” at Apple.

This is something that’s going to need to be investigated now,” SFPD spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield said, when informed about the Bernal Heights man’s statements to SF Weekly. “If this guy is saying that the people said they were SFPD, that’s a big deal.”

Now the Profile of Anthony Colin has been deleted but thanks to sfweekly for taking some shots of his profile.

The above report and proof of the profile are pointing towards Apple. SFPD has taken a notice of this event and want to corporate with Calderón. They can only proceed further if Calderón  agrees to answer the questions they ask and so on.