Category Archives: Theft Charges

What Happens if I Get Caught Stealing From Cars in Michigan?

  A few days ago we posted an article about stealing cars, and stealing things out of cars – money, sunglasses, purses, and other valuables. This has resulted in a number of phone calls from people wondering about what happens if they get caught stealing things from cars in Michigan. It’s certainly a valid question, […]

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Is Shoplifting The Same Thing as Organized Crime in Michigan?

  When the average person thinks about “organized crime”, they usually fall back on the Hollywood stereotype, a/k/a The Sopranos. This frequently includes an overweight man in his fifties, smoking and sweating in his poorly lit office, explaining in a heavy Italian accent that it would be a shame if something happened to your beautiful […]

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Big Rapids Bank Robbery Suspect Facing Federal Charges

  On June 3rd of 2016, a Comerica Bank was robbed in Ingham County. Ten days later on June 13th, the Four Flags Credit Union in Berrien County was robbed, and then there was no activity for just over a month. Things became more active again when the robber struck again, this time holding up […]

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Ann Arbor Robbery and Stand-Off

Three Ann Arbor Teens Arrested After Robbery and Stand-Off In the week before Christmas, four older teenaged males forced their way into a man’s apartment with the intention of robbing him. However, the 46-year-old homeowner fought them off and, in the process, got shot in the groin. The police were contacted immediately, and an investigation […]

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Michigan Bank Robbery Charges

  On August 12th, 23-year-old Brian Randolph walked into Vibe Credit Union in South Lyon wearing glasses and a baseball cap. He walked up to a teller and handed her a note, saying that he had a shotgun and wanted $20,000 in cash. She complied, which she is trained to do, giving him all of […]

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Macomb County Bank Robbery

Two Arrests After Wild Police Chase  In the same way that the media sensationalized and glamorized Bonnie and Clyde’s exploits, making their life appear wild and exciting when it fact it was much tamer, so modern media has glamorized bank robbery and running from the police. But the reality is never that romantic. And prison […]

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Flint Teens Sentenced For Armed Robbery

Three teenagers from Flint, who were all charged as adults, are looking at potential decades in prison after pleading guilty to armed robbery and home invasion charges. 18-year-old Robert A. Murphy III and his younger brother, 16-year-old Roshawn R. Murphy, along with 18-year-old Courtney D. Hall were sentenced in the Genesee Circuit Court by Judge […]

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Robbery Gone Wrong- “Victim” Turns Out to be Suspect

Lying to the police is a bad idea. But lying to make yourself look like the victim in a situation when in reality, you are anything but, will almost always turn out poorly for you. Much like it did for a man in Mt. Morris Township, who was founded bloodied and beaten in the street, […]

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Washtenaw Armed Robbery

Pizza Delivery Driver Robber Arraigned Following a recent arraignment, 16-year-old Royce Xavier Ryan is now facing a felony count of armed robbery, for which he will be charged as an adult. Ryan’s charges come as a result of his alleged participation in a recent armed robbery that took place at the Motel 6 on South […]

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Washtenaw County Armed Robbery

Police Arrest 3 Teens  While the hazards of being a pizza delivery person are widely known to include verbal harassment and poor if any tips, it isn’t common to be robbed at gunpoint while delivering pizza. However, the police have recently arrested three teenagers suspected of robbing several pizza delivery drivers in what is being […]

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