Michigan State Police find ‘burglary tools’ during traffic stop in Clinton County
WATERTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WILX) - A traffic stop by the Michigan State Police (MSP) led to the discovery of an allegedly stolen catalytic converter, burglary tools and ammunition.
MSP tweeted on Tuesday the details revolving around the traffic stop. A Lansing trooper pulled over a vehicle for multiple violations in Watertown Township. During that stop, the trooper said they found power tools and a catalytic converter, which MSP said they suspect to be stolen.
“Further investigation revealed a suspected stolen catalytic converter, burglary tools and ammunition,” they wrote in a social media post.
Authorities said that two suspects from Lansing, aged 34 and 37 were lodged at the Clinton County Jail for multiple felonies.
RECEIVING AND CONCEALING/POSSESSION OF BURGLARY TOOLS: 7/19, A Lansing Post trooper initiated a traffic stop for multiple violations in Watertown Twp, Clinton County. Further investigation revealed a suspected stolen catalytic converter, burglary tools and ammunition.— MSP First District (@MSPFirstDist) July 19, 2022
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