NBA player Robin Lopez, a longtime Disney fan, unknowingly bought rare items stolen from Disney World in a high-profile criminal case according to the Orlando Sentinel. The Milwaukee Bucks player was in possession of clothing that belonged the animatronic Buzzy, from an old Epcot attraction. Some of the audio exchanges recorded in April are between... Continue Reading →
Months after authorities arrested a 24-year-old for stealing and selling costumes & props from Magic Kingdom attractions, they are finally showing us what was taken. Patrick Spikes, a former Disney employee, was arrested in May on allegations of stealing and selling $7,000 worth of costumes from the Haunted Mansion, according to an Orange County Sheriff's Office... Continue Reading →
The Orange County Sheriff's Office is taking a closer look at an investigation of apparent stolen items from two Magic Kingdom Attractions. According to the Orlando Sentinel, an employee doing inventory in a storage shed on Oct. 1 noticed a set of sails was missing from the Peter Pan ride. He then realized that a... Continue Reading →
A Texas man says a gun went missing from his car while visiting Walt Disney World. Marshall Fox reported his .45 caliber semi-automatic was missing to the Orange Counry Sheriff's Office on Monday. According to the Orlando Sentinel, this is the second time in two days a tourist reported a gun stolen during their Disney... Continue Reading →
The Orange County Sheriff's Office says they've caught a man accused of going into a restricted area and stealing more than $7,000 worth of Disney property, The agency claims 24-year-old Patrick Spikes stole the items and then resold them. WKMG (News6) says arrest reports show Spikes stole a dress worn by a ghost at Haunted... Continue Reading →
A major update to a story we first told you about this afternoon: Winter Park Police have clarified their post about a MagicBand theft-- saying the man they deemed a suspect is not involved. https://twitter.com/WinterParkPD/status/1116426707861409792 Winter Park Police sent their apologies to the people pictured in the original photograph.
A major theft could alter third-party ticket sales to the Happiest Place on Earth. A cargo trailer containing 8,000 Disneyland tickets was stolen in California-- which translates to roughly $800,000. The trailer, belonging to the Future Farmers of America, was meant to be heading from Elk Grove to Southern California for the 90th Annual State... Continue Reading →