Justin Levy a Southington Connecticut police officer was arrested for selling stolen computers to members of his own police department:
The theft of the laptops was entered into a national database, and DePalma said a dispatcher in his department noticed the listing. The dispatcher also knew that two other employees in the department had recently bought used laptops from Levy and suggested that the serial numbers be checked. DePalma said the serial numbers on those computers indicated they had been stolen from SYSCO."[The dispatcher] thought it was an interesting coincidence that two people in the department bought laptops from Levy and then we got this alert about laptops stolen in Rocky Hill," DePalma said.
The funny part about this whole thing is that Levy met the inside guy Michael Gaffney in college. I guess they were both sick the day they covered the dos and don'ts of selling stolen merchandise.