Man Steals iPhone, Demands Ransom from Owner
A Gainesville man's phone was stolen only to be ransomed back to him later on.
22-year-old Antwan Clark stole an iPhone and started texting a contact in the phone demanding $60 from the owner of the phone.
The owner alerted authorites and a "trap" was set at the Walmart on Waldo Road.
Clark showed up with the original phone only to be arrested and the phone returned to its proper owner.
The owner said the phone is worth about $560.
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