HOT ITEM: Police say a professional clown unwittingly received an iPad pilfered from the home of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs last month.
CIRCUMSTANCES: The clown's friend, Kariem McFarlin, was arrested on suspicion of breaking into Jobs' home. The pair had been planning a vacation to Hawaii, and when their trip fell through, clown Kenneth Kahn said he got the iPad in exchange for money borrowed.
USE OF THE IPAD: Kahn said he played pop songs on the iPad for a few days before police came for it. The device has been returned to the family of Jobs.
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