May 28, 2005 GURNEE -- A former United Parcel Service delivery truck driver has been charged with theft after a two-year investigation revealed he stole up to $1 million worth of jewelry, electronics, computer equipment and other merchandise, authorities said Friday. Patrick M. Kovarsky, 33, of the 4200 block of 22nd Avenue, Kenosha, is being held at the Kenosha County Jail, authorities with the Gurnee Police Department said in a written release. UPS began investigating Kovarsky, a 15-year driver, after a number of packages that were supposed to be delivered to Gurnee Mills never showed up, the release said. In March, UPS took the case to Gurnee police. On Wednesday, Gurnee detectives and Kenosha police searched Kovarsky's home and found more than 4,600 stolen items worth between $700,000 and $1 million, the release said. Kovarsky had auctioned a number of items that had been reported missing, according to information from eBay and Paypal, the release said.