Jahker Wagner, 20 and Nasih Scott, 21, were arrested as suspects for the burglary of Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner.
The mayor is a Democrat.
Syracuse's population is about 25 percent black.
White liberals routinely rail against racial segregation, even as they segregate themselves in white enclaves to avoid the black violence that prevails in black communities.
The crime was reported September 17, 2014.
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n connection with the Tuesday evening burglary of Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner's home.
Jahker Wagner, 20, of 336 Bruce St., and Nasih Scott, 21, of 2121 E. Fayette St., Apt. 302, were each charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a felony.
The two were in possession of a iPad with a Notre Dame protective case and $200 in loose change taken from Miner's 102 Woodside Drive home, according to City Court documents. Miner's husband, John F.X. "Jack" Mannion, is a Notre Dame graduate and a big booster of the university.
Cash, two personal iPads, and one personal computer were stolen from the home, the mayor's office announced today.
Syracuse.com's Tim Knauss reported that police used the Find My iPad app, which was installed on the mayor's personal iPhone, to locate one of the stolen iPads and arrest two suspects, according to a source familiar with the investigation. The mayor kept her iPhone with her while she was out of the house, the source said.
In total, the two were in possession of $1,400 worth of stolen property, according to the court papers.
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