Neighborhood Crime Watch

Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch is a followup to a story News Ten first aired this past weekend.
People who saw a composite sketch of the suspect who robbed the Marathon Gas Station in Livingston County's Hamburg Township generated a number of tips that helped police identify John Cornell Tynan.
The 25-year-old reportedly used a taser to hold up the gas station cashier.
Police say he's a known drug user, last seen driving an older model gold four door sedan, possibly an Oldsmobile Aurora.
Tynan may also be responsible for a gas station hold up in Oakland County.
If you see this guy call the police.
Jackson police are looking into the breaking and entering of a storage unit at 150 West North Street.
The building stores R-V's and several were broken into.
Police have interviewed a suspect.
Jackson officers observed a possible drug deal going down in an alley-way in the 300 block of West Wilkins Street.
In the end two people were arrested for possession with the intent to deliver crack cocaine.
Eaton County sheriff's deputies were called to the Penny's store at the Lansing Mall where two girls attempted to steal 12-hundred dollars worth of merchandise, they were arrested after fighting with store security.
Finally, Ingham County sheriff's deputies reported a home invasion in the 23-hundred block of Aurelius Road in Delhi Township, jars containing coins were stolen.

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