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California man described in court Tuesday as “the main suspect in an ongoing fraud investigation” into the theft of $7 million in equipment from @DellTechnologies Computer asked a judge to grant him a special form of probation that could allow the felony charges he faces to eventually be dismissed. Mikhail Oleg Lev, 42, is charged with first-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit first-degree larceny after police and federal authorities said he tried to fraudulently take possession of two computer servers valued at $121,450 in West Hartford earlier this year. Hartford Superior Court Judge Laura F. Baldini heard Lev’s lawyer, Michael Chambers Jr., and prosecutor Robin Krawczyk argue their positions Tuesday, but deferred a decision until August. Lev, of Encino, Calif., is free on $250,000 bail.

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