Lansing Teens Charged with Larceny

By: Lori Dougovito Email
By: Lori Dougovito Email

Laytwan Jackson, 17, and Prince Wallace, 18, were arrested Wednesday. Police say they could be responsible for other break-ins in the area.

A couple returning to their Annapolis Drive home saw the screen was missing from the front of the house. As they approached, they reportedly spotted them running from away the home. Police say they picked up the pair behind a store on Cedar Street.

Jackson was charged with larceny and possession of marijuana. Wallace was charged with larceny. Both admitted in court Friday they have been in trouble before. Jackson was out on bond for breaking and entering. Wallace said he was out on bond on some sort of domestic charge.

Lansing Police Lt. Bruce Ferguson says investigators are looking into whether the pair is connected to other recent break-ins in the Lansing area. "We are obviously going to look into other physical evidence...and see if we can't tie these two to other home invasions."


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  • by Dennis Location: Lansing on Aug 3, 2007 at 06:27 PM
    These two punks should be put away for a long time considering they are both out on bail for other crimes they commited. They are lucky some homeowner hasn't shot and killed them both during these break-ins and the law gives the homeowners the right to protect their property and loved ones. The parents of these two must be real proud of how there kids turned out or maybe they never cared.
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