40-year old William Frignoca of Sarasota’s one of 11 Floridians arrested this week. He’s charged with two felonies: violations of historical resources and dealing in stolen property. The Herald-Tribune reports Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers say the arrests involved what they describe as a criminal conspiracy to sell artifacts stolen from state-owned lands. Among the items back in state hands are arrowheads and pot shards, but many more stolen items will probably never be recovered. The investigation is ongoing.