Crime may not pay, but it sure can comp you some priceless merchandise. Until you're caught, that is.
According to newly released documents detailing the spoils from the search warrants targeting the celeb-obsessed pals who allegedly ripped off Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Megan Fox, Rachel Bilson, Audrina Patridge, Ashley Tisdale and Brian Austin Green, the so-called Hollywood Burglar Bunch certainly knew how to get the most out of their home invasions.
Police managed to recover all manner of jewelry, designer goods and, as no ill-thought-out crime ring is complete without them, drugs and guns. The goods were retrieved in raids carried out Oct. 22.
Now get a load of this haul:
Last week, cops estimated that they had recovered roughly $2 million to date in cash and property during their investigation.
In addition to the recovered goods, cops also found a Washington state driver's license and a Mexican passport during the searches, though it's unclear in what name those identifications were issued.
Investigators also turned up several bags of psychedelic mushrooms, vials containing a substance believed to be cocaine and several bottles of what cops believe to be antidepressants along with Oxycodone and other drugs.
Police also found a semiautomatic shotgun and two pistols, along with accompanying ammunition.
Nicholas Prugo, 18, is facing seven counts of residential burglary for his role as alleged ringleader of the group. Fellow suspects Alexis Neiers, 18, Roy Lopez Jr., 27, and Courtney Leigh Ames, 18, are each facing one count, while Diana Tamayo, 19, faces two.
Detectives found the majority of jewelry, along with the handguns and drugs, at the home of 27-year-old Jonathan "Johnny Dangerous" Ajar, who remains on the lam.
Prugo is the first scheduled for arraignment, and is due in court Nov. 12.
All those designer duds may be sitting in police custody now, but not long ago they were adorning the rich and fabulous. Try and spot the stolen goods in our Fashion Spotlight: Lindsay Lohan gallery.