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November 2013 Archives

County leader facing misdemeanor charges for wreck

A Michigan official from Kalkaska County is facing criminal charges in connection with a recent car accident in Oliver Township. The man, who heads the Kalkaska County Equalization Department, will mount a criminal defense against misdemeanor charges of reckless driving. The man is also accused of failing to stop after the Sept. 26 car accident, which luckily did not result in any injuries.

Charges filed in Michigan identity theft ring

Michigan authorities say they have apprehended two West Michigan defendants in connection with a checkbook and identity theft ring. The pair was part of the notorious "Felony Lane" enterprise, based out of another state, in which defendants stole checkbooks and identification cards from women's vehicles. The defendants in this case are facing more than one theft charge for their alleged role in the case.

Michigan legislature hopes to curb metal theft

Long-pending legislation has just been approved by the Michigan legislature to cut down on illegal metal sales and robbery. The measure, which passed the Michigan House in early November, is designed to prevent the metal theft that has been causing rifts in communities throughout the state. In fact, legislators say that insurance claims related to metal theft in Michigan and the Detroit area are among the highest in the nation, costing crime victims thousands each week.

Doctor in Michigan facing prescription drug charges

A physician from Bloomfield Township, Michigan, is facing criminal charges after he allegedly provided narcotics to patients who had not received full physical evaluations. The man, age 59, is facing more than one drug charge in the matter, including two felony drug delivery counts and a single count of violating his prescription license. The man has already posted bond and ostensibly begun mounting a criminal defense in the matter, after officials scheduled his pre-trial hearing for mid-November.

Man facing federal charges for candy theft

A man is facing criminal charges for theft of merchandise after he allegedly took a high-value stolen commercial shipment to Michigan that included $200,000 in candy. The man, who hails from Arkansas, was formally indicted by federal officials connected with the incident in September, making his first appearance at a hearing in late October. He is accused of theft of an interstate shipment, along with transportation of stolen property and transportation of a stolen vehicle for his role in the April 15, 2012 theft. The federal government is administering this proceeding because the charges involve multiple states' commercial interests.