Man Arrested for Attempting to Steel Copper from Apple Site

December 4, 2013

Apple is currently demolishing buildings once occupied by Hewlett-Packard to make way for their Apple 2 campus. Security guards noticed a break-in in late November and called the police. After a police dog cornered the man, police found copper piping and wires that had been ripped from the walls of the old building. He was treated for a dog bite, then released on $11,000 bail.

The Apple 2 campus is a major a major construction project in Cupertino. The project is expected to be complete in 2016 and will have about 3.7 million square feet, space for about 12,000 employees.


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