A 62-year-old Detroit police officer has been charged with stealing from a crime scene.
The crimes went largely unnoticed because residents are not using their air conditioners in the middle of winter.
“We have simply placed the pawn slips in boxes, unopened and stored away. I cannot imagine what we have missed in stolen evidence and persons who commit burglary on a regular basis.”
Jimmy Aldaoud admitted taking tools from a Ferndale garage in 2012 but claimed it was a misdemeanor, not a felony.
Police in Canton are putting residents on notice about a current crime trend: thieves who target unlocked garages.
Police are trying to identify two suspects who were caught on camera, stealing money from an unlocked vehicle outside of a home in Waterford.
Macomb County Sheriff deputies arrested the 18 and 19-year-old suspects after a homeowner in Macomb Township spotted one suspect run up to a porch and take a package.
The 5,000-pound, 40-foot bridge was located about 20 miles south of where it disappeared.
“To have them stolen, it’s a slap in the face,” said Jeremy Mullins, a 14-year veteran firefighter.
Police say a burglar was apparently feeling some hunger pangs when they broke into a home in Flint.