House filled with hot goods seized in Ore.
A raid on a theft suspect's home in Portland, Ore., yielded four stolen snowmobiles, two trailers and an ATV, police said.
Crispin Prado also had financial records and documents from at least 293 people, The Portland Oregonian reported.
Prado came to the attention of investigators as a result of a similar raid in April, during which Gresham police seized nine weapons, a revolver speedloader kept in a toy box and documents from 81 identity theft victims.
"I think he viewed himself as a businessman," said Portland Police Officer Barbara Glass.
Glass said Prado stole any way he could, whether it was making off with a trailer loaded with a Minnesota family's four snowmobiles or stealing purses and using driver's licenses and other identification for identity theft.
Prado, was was being held in lieu of $770,000 bail, was sleeping when police arrived. His girlfriend, allegedly an accomplice in identity theft, was with him.
"Prado's bedroom was packed with the stuff. He was practically sleeping on it," Glass said. "There was an Igloo cooler stuffed with one woman's tax history ... a whole stack of someone's personal papers stuffed behind a microwave." // Copyright 2007 by United Press International