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Steamboat man who posed as housekeeper arrested again on suspicion of theft

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A Steamboat Springs man who was given a 90-day jail sentence in April for posing as a housekeeper and stealing from condos has been arrested again on suspicion of theft.

Quishani D. Arlington

In addition to theft, Quishani Arlington, 25, was arrested on suspicion of felony defrauding a pawn broker.

Last week, police learned that an Xbox and controllers had been stolen from a condo.

Police spoke to the victim, who said he had met Arlington in a park two weeks earlier and had let Arlington stay at his condo.
Based on Arlington's criminal history, police considered him a suspect.

Police went to a local pawn shop and learned that Arlington had pawned an Xbox for a $100 loan, according to an arrest affidavit.

Arlington had also pawned a laptop and Xbox games for $75, the affidavit states.

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Police met up with Arlington after he returned to the condo to retrieve some things that he had left.

When police asked Arlington if he knew why they were talking to him, Arlington said he knew the Xbox was missing, according to the affidavit.

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