While investigating a reported home break-in, police in Queens stumbled onto a stolen Apple product ring apparently run by three St. John's students. Police recovered 443 iPhones, 20 iPhones and 11 iTouches—plus some marijuana, a fake pistol and $9,180 in cash—at the trio's off-campus apartment.

On Wednesday, cops had questioned a car's passengers about the break-in and the passengers mentioned that they had sold some Apple products to three men living on 168th Street.

Police headed to the pad where Adam Jaffer, William Chen and Justin Pinder lived and found the pot and fake gun, and later returned with a search warrant and found the gadgets and money. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne couldn't wait to tell the Daily News, "Inside was a virtual orchard of Apple products."

The three were charged with trademark counterfeiting, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.