|Brown being taken into custody...|
On April 7, 2014, tactical officers working in conjunction with UPS security, arranged to have a Macintosh computer delivered to a residential building vestibule near Melrose and Broadway. A tracking device had been hidden inside.
|...and arriving in prison.|
Now, Brown has pleaded guilty to theft and received a 42-month sentence. Offset by time served awaiting resolution of his case and Illinois' generous early release practices, Brown is expected to be paroled after serving less than four months in prison.