Neighborhood Crime Watch

Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch has one Mid-Michigan music lover singing the blues.
The Ingham County sheriff's office had a larceny report from the 21-hundred block of Barnes road in Vevay Township, where a car was broken into.
The victim says around five hundred dollars worth of CD's were stolen, along with cash.
When deputies canvassed the neighborhood they found two other vehicles on Barnes road had been broken into, in those a GPS unit,, and money were stolen.
Ingham deputies report an attempted business break-in in Alaiedon township, at 25-25 Jolly road.
Someone broke the outer safety glass of the front door at TDS Metrocom,, but were not able to get inside the business.
Then in Delhi township, someone broke into a van in a parking lot on depot street.
The victim reports numerous tools were stolen from the vehicle.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office had two vehicle break-in reports from the 28-hundred block of West Morrell, Stolen..... A laptop computer, sunglasses, a GPS unit, a camera,, and an i-Pod.
The Jackson Police Department reports a home was broken into in the one-hundred block of Adrian Court, a number of electronic items were taken from that residence.
And officers were dispatched to Jackson High School, where a brick had been thrown at a fish tank, causing damage,, and the loss of all the fish inside.

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  • by Jeff Location: local out county on Jul 27, 2010 at 12:30 PM
    My Thanks to WILX for submitting these reports. What should be readily available from The ICSD is impossible to obtain even for a neighborhood watch organization. Possibly another ploy to give the appearance the county cannot afford to make resources available that might protect the people. My hope is at election time, county commishners will be job hunting along with the people responcible for budgeting law enforcement at county levels. Huge outrageous pay to the sherriff and staff is thievery in the highest degree, They should all be ashamed to milk taxpayers. Get out and vote, Get these life time tax moochers off the county payroll.
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