Zune stolen from a District Attorney

A Brooklyn man who visited the DA's office to comfort the mother of a murder victim used the opportunity to swipe an MP3 player belonging to a homicide prosecutor, according to court papers.

Elliot Powell, 37, was with the grieving mother, Torya Dorsey, and the prosecutor on Feb. 4 when he asked to use a phone in the prosecutor's office.

Minutes later, the prosecutor, Jonathan Kaye, discovered that his Microsoft Zune was missing from a desk drawer.

Kaye quickly phoned Powell to inquire as to the whereabouts of the $200 digital music player.

Powell allegedly told the prosecutor that he couldn't get it back for him, but would pay him back instead. He now faces charges of petty larceny.

Via NYPost (by Alex Ginsberg)

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