Neighborhood Crime Watch

Thefts from vehicles tops tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch.
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office received reports of two vehicles broken into in the 16-hundred block of North Aurelius Road,, a debit card, c-d's, and keys were stolen.
There was a breaking and entering on East Prospect Street in Jackson, car tires and rims were stolen, police made an arrest, and recovered the tires, after they turned up for sale on Craigslist.
Jackson police also responded to a breaking and entering in the two-thousand block of First Street.
The victim woke up to an intruder in her home, she locked herself in the bedroom and called 9-1-1.
When police arrived no suspect was there, but there was money missing.
In the nine-hundred block of Union Street a home owner discovered a drunk burglar lurking in their garage, they managed to lock them in until Jackson police arrived to make an arrest.
There was also a breaking and entering in the one-thousand block of Morning Star.
The homeowner returned from a weekend away to find her house in shambles.
A 40" T-V, Nintendo Wii, Wii games, jewelry, laptop computers, and other items were taken.
Possible suspects have been identified.

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  • by Sue Location: Williamston, MI on Oct 5, 2009 at 08:18 PM
    Please lose the siren pop up when the topic changes on neighborhood crime watch. This could be the end to our watching 10 news.
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