Neighborhood Crime Watch

Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch is tracking a number of theft from vehicle complaints.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office reports six vehicles were broken into on 17th, 18th, 21st and 22nd streets, electronics as well as cash were stolen.
Jackson County also had a number of unlocked vehicles entered in the area of Comstock and Eugene streets in Summit Township, like the others theives made off with electronics and money.
Ingham County Sheriff's deputies also had their fair share of larceny from vehicle complaints in Delhi Township.
Medical supplies were taken from a vehicle in the 51-hundred block of Killarney.
In the 44-hundred block of Glencoe, an i-pod, a camera, a purse, and credit cards were stolen.
Someone stole golf clubs from a vehicle in the 16-hundred block of Jacquline.
A g-p-s unit was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 16-hundred block of Catalina.
A thief smashed the window of a vehicle in the 25-hundred block of Horstmeyer, a wallet was stolen.
A vehicle parked in the 22-hundred block of Rolling Ridge also had its window broken out, an i-pod was taken.
Ingham deputies also responded to a home invasion in the 13-hundred block of Zeeland, where a digital camera was stolen there.
Eaton County Sheriff's deputies were called to a duplex in the 28-hundred block of Skyway Lane.
The back door was kicked in and a computer was taken.

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