[O]fficers were dispatched . . . to the Misty Ridge Apartments . . . in response to a theft. Apartment employees had detained two men suspected of breaking into the complex's coin machines. One man claimed he was doing laundry at the facility, but police saw burglary tools and bags of change when he tried to show them the laundry in his car. Several bags of coins were in the car, including a pillowcase with about $2,800 in quarters heavy enough that two police officers could not lift it. The men had GPS equipment and maps listing apartment complexes in several states, and police officers said they found evidence that some of the money had been wired to Russia. The burglary equipment allowed the men to open washers, dryers, newspaper racks and almost any coin-operated machinery[.]
Although the robbery plan never happened, Antico's alleged associate, Joseph Barrafato Jr., 50, was caught on tape recruiting robbers and telling them the target had "hit a Pick Six for a million point six," according to court papers.