Michigan State University football player Dion Sims and three other men have been charged in the thefts of laptop computers from the Detroit Public Schools.
The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press report the four were arraigned Thursday in 36th District Court.
The 19-year-old Sims of Ypsilanti was charged with receiving and concealing stolen property. He has been suspended from team activities.
Dwaine Scott, Christopher Schambre and Juan Legardy also were charged with receiving and concealing stolen property. Scott had additional charges of larceny, breaking and entering, and conducting a criminal enterprise.
Not guilty pleas were entered.
Prosecutors announced charges Tuesday against 10 men. The ring is accused in the thefts of 104 computers valued at $158,000.
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