A former Michigan church deacon who authorities say took $120,000 in cash from the weekly offertory basket has been sentenced to a year in jail.
A former Michigan church deacon accused of taking cash from the weekly offertory basket has pleaded guilty to larceny.
Authorities in Detroit have filed charges against two men accused of larceny and obstruction of justice in connection with a car used by two missing Westland teens.
A 50-year-old Madison Heights man was arrested for breaking into his neighbor’s garage and stealing several items.
Bank officials conducted an internal investigation and uncovered other acts of alleged fraud by Stralko.
The final teenage boy behind a lemonade stand robbery in Pontiac earlier this month has been arrested Monday.
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