The New York Sun has the latest on William M.V. Kingsland, the "bon vivant boulevardier of the Upper East Side who died last March" intestate and in possession of a bunch of stolen art:
"Since Kingsland's death, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has also been investigating Kingsland. Artwork found stacked in his apartment after his death turned out to be missing or stolen, including a bust of Giacometti and two paintings from Harvard, one by the famous Colonial portraitist John Singleton Copley. ... [Online filings] at the New York County Surrogate's Court listed the value of his estate as $501,000."
Earlier posts on Kingsland (and Melvyn Kohn too) here and here.