IPhone......Well, the armed robber is on parole after serving 6.5 years from previous armed robberies and likely was unaware of the "Find My Phone" feature. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/b...pano-poker-player-robbery-20160223-story.html iPhone's location gives up bandits after poker player trailed and robbed, deputies say A professional poker player who travels often to South Florida from Massachusetts to gamble had his winnings and more taken by a gunman in Pompano Beach. "You can't use the words I was feeling in the newspaper," said Scott Robbins, 49. "I thought there was a good chance he was going to kill me." But Robbins was lucky after all. He was able to electronically trace his stolen phone for detectives, leading them to a man and woman who are accused in the case, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. Karla Tattiana De Los Santos, 31, of Margate, had watched Robbins cash out a large number of poker chips at the Isle Casino in Pompano Beach about 10 p.m. Sunday. She then phoned Miguel Pena Allende, 34, of Lauderhill, according to a deputy's report. The pair, driving in De Los Santos' red Toyota Camry, followed Robbins as he rode his scooter to a nearby Walmart and then to a home where he was staying in the 1400 block of Northeast 28th Street in Pompano Beach, where the holdup happened, the sheriff's office said. Robbins said as he was getting off the scooter, he saw the gunman approach. He felt a weapon push into his back and side as they talked. "He told me to put my hands on the seat, and asked if I had a gun," Robbins said. "I knew what was going to happen. He told me, 'You know why I'm here, don't do anything stupid, you know how it's gonna go.'" The gunman asked for his money, Robbins said. The sheriff's office said Robbins surrendered property including cash, a wallet, electronics, an Apple iPhone and a backpack. "When I asked him to leave the phone, he jammed the gun back into my side," Robbins said. The gunman ordered Robbins to get inside the house. He also said he'd toss the phone in the yard, Robbins said. "He didn't leave the phone as he promised, but in retrospect it was a beautiful thing that he took the phone, because he would have taken everything I had and they never would have found him," Robbins said. Gone was $9,740, including about $2,000 that Robbins said he won that night, along with his other belongings. Using a deputy's phone, Robbins logged into his Apple account and the stolen phone led them about nine miles away to the parking lot of a Walgreens, at 601 E. Commercial Blvd. in Oakland Park, where Allende and De Los Santos were in her Toyota, along with her 7-month-old daughter.