News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch

Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch comes with a heads-up from the Clinton County Sheriff's Office.
There was a breaking and entering yesterday afternoon in the 14-thousand block of South Wacousta Road.
An un-locked slider door let a thief break-in,, they stole a large plasma television.
An older red Jeep Grand Cherokee was seen in the area at the time.
Jackson Police continue to deal with counterfeit twenty dollar bills, a suspect attempted to pass one at the Admiral Gas Station on North West Avenue.
In the 700 block of First Street a suspect was staying at his girlfriend's apartment when the girlfriends roommate located a gun there,,, which Jackson Police determined was stolen in a prior breaking and entering.
That suspect is still on the loose.
From the Eaton County Sheriff's Office, there were three daytime breaking and enterings in the 97-hundred,,, 36-hundred and 15-hundred blocks of East Vermontville Highway.
In each case money and jewelry was stolen, the money consisted of of a lot of two-dollar bills.
The thieves passed up on taking guns and electronics.
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office took a report of a theft from a vehicle in the 36-hundred block of Quadrille, in Delhi Township, C-D's, a vehicle registration, and a duffel bag were taken.
Also from Delhi, a vehicle parked in the 26-hundred block of Aurelius Township had a purse, credit cards and a camera stolen from it.

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