The homeless janitor who stole $3 million worth of jewels from Drake's tour bus has been sentenced to a year in county jail.
The 30-year-old rapper had his tour bus broken into whilst he was performing at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, as part of his 'Summer Sixteen Tour' in September and Travion King, 21, was arrested after he was found breaking into a woman's dorm room at Arizona State.
He was reportedly caught with the stolen goods, which are believed to have belonged to the 'One Dance' hitmaker's DJ, Future the Prince.
TMZ reports that Travion will spend one year behind bars and will be on five years supervised probation after his release.
Travion listed his address as a homeless shelter in Phoenix and also stated that he works for a company that cleaning services for large facilities.
The news of Travion's occupation came after Phoenix Police discovered that the crime was committed by someone who knew the layout of the building, and revealed that Travion had "done contract work for the venue in the past".
Sergeant Vince Lewis said: "We're talking about somebody who knew the layout or was able to gain access or to get back there unnoticed."
Police reports originally stated that the stolen items - which have now been recovered - were worth $3 million (£2.2 million), but the court documents stated that the victim estimated the value at around $400,00 (£300,738).