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May 2013 Archives

Classic car business owner facing theft charges

A 26-year-old businessman who relocated to Michigan is facing charges of wire fraud and money laundering via information in connection with alleged crimes in Minnesota. The man is accused of property crimes in connection with a three-year scheme that was reportedly designed to swindle car owners. Vintage vehicle owners say they were defrauded for about $1 million after the defendant promised to restore their cars.

Deacon to serve year for collection plate theft

A 73-year-old church deacon from Grand Haven, Michigan, will spend a year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing money from his parish's collection plate. The man pleaded guilty in March to two counts of larceny of more than $20,000 in connection with the thefts, which ultimately resulted in a $120,000 shortfall for the church.

Former prosecutor faces more DWI charges

The former chief assistant prosecutor in Emmet County, Michigan, is in even more legal hot water after allegedly violating his probation in relation to a previous drunk driving arrest. The man was allegedly found to have an open container of alcohol in his vehicle when he caused a single-vehicle accident. That collision left him hospitalized and could result in additional alcohol-related charges.

Teen admits to stealing grandma's gun

A teen from Bay City, Michigan, has been accused with stealing his grandmother’s .22-caliber gun before giving it to his mother’s ex--boyfriend. The 14--year--old will be subject to three theft charges in connection with the case, including larceny of a firearm, felony firearm and larceny in a building. The 36—year--old recipient of the weapon is also facing charges for concealing a stolen firearm and felony firearm, the combination of which could land him in prison for up to 12 years.