Most people are excited about the new Apple 2 campus because of what will come out of it in the form of next gen products.
56-year old Glenn Cartwright is more enthusiastic about its copper pipes and wiring.
Cupertino sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the Apple 2 site at around 9.30pm on Saturday — responding to reports of a burglary in progress.
Apple security had noticed a gate to the fenced-off former Hewlett-Packard office site was open around two hours after they had last checked that it was closed.
Deputies called for a sheriff’s department helicopter to fly overhead, and enlisted additional help from the city of Santa Clara’s K-9 unit to assist in searching the property.
A police dog later located Cartwright, at which point he was arrested and booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail.
He was later released on $11,000 bail.
Source: SF Bay Area.