Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch begins with a crime that has immobilized the outdoor recreation plans of one Mid-Michigan family.
The Jackson County Sheriff's office is working a theft report from the one-hundred block of Hollis, where the homeowner reports two bicycles and one all terrain vehicle have been stolen.
The Ingham County Sheriff's office received a stolen vehicle report from Kelly Buick at 4-45 north Cedar street, near Mason.
A 1975 motorcycle, and the title were stolen from the dealership.
Another Ingham county business reporting a theft is located in the 16-hundred block of Hull road in Vevay Township,, the owner reports that a back-hoe was stolen from the front of his business recently.
Ingham deputies also investigated a home invasion in the 51-hundred block of Curtice road,, in Aurelius township,, stolen were an X-box 3-60, a laptop computer and prescription medication.
There was also an attempted breaking and entering at a home in the five-hundred block of East Dexter Trail in Ingham township.
The locks on the garage and shed were broken with what appears to be bolt cutters.
The suspect was unable to get in, so nothing was taken.