Laptop used to reprogram, steal more than 100 cars in Houston

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Date: August 6th, 2016

autoHOUSTON – Two men jailed in Houston and accused of using pirated computer software to steal more than 100 vehicles may have exploited an electronic vulnerability to advance auto theft into high-tech crime.

Michael Arce, 24, and Jesse Zelaya, 22, focused on new Jeep and Dodge vehicles, which attract big money on the black market in Mexico, authorities said.

The men allegedly used a laptop computer to reprogram the targeted vehicles’ electronic security so their own key worked.

The stolen vehicles had a common software that’s used by auto technicians and dealers, Houston police officer Jim Woods said.  More

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One Response to “Laptop used to reprogram, steal more than 100 cars in Houston”

  1. Democrat Says:

    They were only arrested because they’re not white.

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