San Antonio Spurs’ guard Tony Parker’s gym was missing its Michael Jordan autographed jersey. It didn’t take long to make an arrest.
A 22 year-old employee of a company hired to provide security at the home of Spurs’ guard Tony Parker has been arrested after detectives in San Antonio linked him to the theft of a Michael Jordan autographed jersey.
Christopher James Carolan was taken into custody by county sheriff’s deputies after the jersey was found online at Craig’s List with a ‘$500 or best offer’ selling price attached.
Carolan had resigned from his job at Price Security the day before the listing was posted. The firm is cooperating with the police investigation that began last month when Parker reported the jersey missing from a personal gymnasium under construction at his home.
Carolan was then discovered to have an active felony warrant for a burglary that was not related to the Parker incident.
The jersey was sold to a Craig’s List buyer but it has been recovered.
Carolan was arrested and booked at the Bexar County Jail with bond set at $20,000.