Teenager arrested after law enforcement tracked stolen Airpods

A Canyon Country teenager has been arrested after allegedly stealing Airpods from a party and following them to his home.

On Sunday, Oct. 16, the victim noticed several items missing from inside his home in the 17900 block of Spire Court in Canyon Country, said Deputy Natalie Arriaga, spokeswoman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. .

“The victim believed the items were stolen from a party she hosted the night before,” Arriaga said. “The victim tracked his Airpods to a residence on the 27700 block of Tambora Drive in Canyon Country.”

The victim provided this information to law enforcement and reported the crime.

Career Offender, Burglary and Assault (COBRA) detectives followed up and executed a search warrant at the Tambora Drive residence, Arriaga said.

“During the search warrant, detectives located and recovered the victim’s stolen property,” Arriaga said. “In addition, detectives located and recovered a stolen firearm from the residence.”

Amarion Bryant, 19, of Canyon Country, was arrested for receiving known stolen property, Arriaga said.

As of Thursday afternoon, sheriff’s officials did not confirm whether Bryant was involved in two recent shootings reported in October, one on Spire Court and the other on nearby Tambora Drive.

Bryant was booked as SCV Sheriff for receiving stolen property and weapons violations and remains in custody at this time. The investigation is still ongoing.

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