A 19-year-old was nabbed for allegedly burglarizing a West Virginia home, after the victim noticed he used her computer to check his Facebook account, The Journal reported.
Jonathan G. Parker was arraigned Tuesday on one count of felony daytime burglary, the Martinsburg, W. Va. newspaper reported.
Parker, of Fort Loudoun, Pa., asked a friend of the victim if they wanted to help break into the home a night before the alleged burglary, according to the newspaper.
That friend told the victim that he knew where Parker was staying after she reported two diamond rings missing from the same room where the computer was located and noticed cabinets in her garage were open, the newspaper reported.
If convicted Parker faces one - 10 years in jail.