Stolen laptop leads police to marijuana in Fox Lake

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A 22-year-old north suburban man was charged after police looking for a stolen laptop found more than a pound of marijuana in his home Monday.

Police executed a search warrant for a home in the 100 block of Arthur Avenue in Fox Lake looking for a laptop computer reported stolen in early January in Lincolnshire, according to a statement from Lincolnshire police.

While searching the home of Kyle Bozovsky, police found 536 grams of marijuana in several containers in the home and his vehicle, Fox Lake police said. Police also seized $2,500 in cash found in a safe at the home where marijuana was also found.

Bozovsky was charged with felony possession of marijuana and felony possession of stolen property, police said.

Bond was set at $100,000 and Bozovsky was scheduled to appear in court again May 29.

Fox Lake police are continuing their investigation and more charges could be added.

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