Well, this is sort of shady. You know that iPhone prototype that Apple lost (again)? It turns out that the "police" who visited "suspect" Sergio Calderón weren't police at all. They were Apple investigators. Yes, that is illegal.
Apparently the six investigators identified themselves as being from the San Francisco Police Department, and then proceeded to search Sergio's home and computers for any information regarding what's believed to be a lost iPhone 5. They also threatened him by asking him "Is everyone in this house an American citizen?" and said he was going to get into trouble. Everyone in his family is a legal citizen.
This is definitely some shady business, and the actual San Francisco Police Department is currently investigating. Apple, you might be rich and powerful, but you aren't above the law.
UPDATE: SF Weekly reports that the SFPD admits to assisting Apple security personnel in their search for the missing iPhone 5 prototype, and that "three or four" officers entered the house alongside a pair of Apple's stormtroopers.
Via SF Weekly