Menlo Park police arrested him a short while later and said they found methamphetamine in his possession as well as items allegedly stolen during five other automobile burglaries and thefts.
During the trial, Eric Hove, the defendant's lawyer, suggested that police were lying about some circumstances of the case, but apparently did not sway the jury in his client's favor. He was not available for comment.
The court scheduled Mr. Darnell's sentencing for Aug. 2. He remains in custody on $90,000 bail.
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