The long holiday weekend proved to be busy for deputies with the Ingham County Sheriff's Office.
Here's a list of some of the reports they handled.
We begin in Ingham Township, the 13-hundred block of South Williamston road.
A homeowner's shed was broken into, a lawnmower and miscellaneous tools were stolen.
In Delhi Township, at the Tim Hortons at 25-40 East Jolly Road a customer had their purse stolen from a vehicle.
Then in the 18-hundred block of Adelpha Avenue a victim reported that someone stole her daughter's brand new bicycle that had been left outside the house.
A couple of malicious destruction of property complaints at homes on Flying Gulch Drive in Delhi Township.
Two homeowners report vandals broke their exterior lights, one yard also had three water sprinkler heads pulled out of the ground..
In Bunkerhill Township, the eleven hundred block of Baseline road,, a four-by-eight utility trailer was stolen from homeowner's yard.
Just down the road in the 22-hundred block of Bunkerhill, there was a report of copper being stolen.
A theft of copper complaint also came from a home in the 39-hundred block of east Columbia road in White Oak Township.
Finally,, Ingham deputies have a goat caper to solve,, they recieved a report from the 12-hundred block of South Onondaga road in Aurelius Township that two pigmy goats were stolen,, no suspects or evidence in that one.