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April 2014 Archives

Man in custody, facing robbery charges for purse-snatching

A Michigan man has been charged in connection with an alleged purse-snatching incident in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Authorities report that the 28-year-old man is accused of throwing a 54-year-old woman to the ground in the parking lot of a retail establishment before sealing her purse. A bystander reportedly caught up to the man and then tackled and held him until police arrived at the scene.

Michigan man facing drunk driving charge after crash into house

A 21-year-old motorist who allegedly drove a vehicle through a home has waived his right to a preliminary hearing in court. The man is facing OWI charges including a count that could lead to a 15-year sentence. Those charges have been heightened by the fact that a sleeping resident inside the home died after allegedly being struck by the SUV driven by the defendant. The defendant is formally charged with operating while intoxicated causing serious injury, operating while intoxicated causing death and second-offense operating while intoxicated.

Man accused of larceny after allegedly taking date's iPad

A 29-year-old Michigan man was arrested after a first date gone wrong. No, this Lothario was not apprehended because of his relationship techniques -- he is facing larceny charges after allegedly taking items from a woman he met online. Officials say the man is thought to have taken an iPad and a piece of jewelry from the woman's home on March 23.

Drug charges for group accused of sending meth in teddy bears

Teddy bears are adorable toys designed for children -- but several criminal defendants are accused of using these cuddly animals for a nefarious purpose. Authorities say that several people were extradited to Michigan in late 2013 for drug charges after they allegedly mailed teddy bears stuffed with methamphetamine to a post office in Zeeland. Three people from Ottowa County have already been convicted and sentenced to lengthy terms, while two people who mailed the bears from California are awaiting sentencing.