The News Ten Neighboorhood Crime Watch shows what a busy weekend it was for Ingham County Sheriff's deputies.
We start in Delhi Township, in the 21-hundred block of North Aurelius Road, someone broke into a storage shed and stole lawn tools and a snowblower.
In the 24-hundred block of North Aurelius, two vehicles were broken into, in one, a GPS unit was stolen, and in the other a c-d player was taken.
Deputies took more than six malicious destruction of property complaints in Delhi.
In the two-thousand block of Dean somone thru an antique wheel thru the victim's front window.
Then in the 19-hundred block of Hamilton, a vehicle's window was broken and tires slashed.
In Leroy Township, the 18-hundred block of Elm Road, a homeowner had a set of tires and rims stolen.
In Leslie, the three thousand block of Tuttle thieves broke into an abandoned home and took an entertainment center, a compound bow,, and numerous c-d's.
A church was broken into on east M-36 in Ingham Township, a laptop computer was taken.
In Aurelius Township a thief made off with a boat motor from a home in the six-hundred block of Onondaga.
In Dansville someone broke into the public works garage,, in the 14-hundred block of Johnson Street, one of the trucks was taken for a joy ride and returned with damage to the front fender and snow plow.
Now to Jackson county, Columbia Township police make an arrest in a theft at the Pine Tree Center Antique Mall in Brooklyn last October.
While an employee was distracted by two people, a third forced open a locked display and stole a variety of coins worth around thirty-five hundred dollars.
Finger prints recently processed by the Michigan State Police Crime Lab point to 27-year-old Robert Lee Hayes the second of Jackson.
He was arrested and charged, and faces up to four years in prison.
The investigation remains open, while police try to identify the two other suspects.