Comedian Jerry Lewis' son was arrested Wednesday on a warrant charging him with possessing limited-edition graphics stolen in November from a storage facility in Van Nuys, police said.
Christopher Lewis, 33, of Pebble Beach surrendered to Monterey County sheriff's deputies after he had been charged with receiving and concealing stolen property, said Los Angeles police spokeswoman Sharyn Michelson. He was released on $5,000 bail.
In the Nov. 28 burglary, thieves made off with 168 graphics valued at about $200,000, Michelson said. Investigators were told in February that art taken in the burglary was being sold in the San Francisco Bay Area, she said.
Undercover Los Angeles police detectives went to the Bay Area and bought four of the graphics allegedly taken from a storage facility owned by American Designs, she said.