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TRAVERSE CITY — Police arrested a Kingsley man they believe stole computer equipment from a Northwestern Michigan College building. Traverse City Police responded on May 4 to a reported break-in at NMC's Beckett Building. Officers found that someone entered the building through a window and removed a computer monitor and stand. On Tuesday, officers searched a Kingsley home based on information provided by NMC staff and contract employees. Police said they found the stolen items at the home, including a Dell desktop computer, a 55-inch monitor, wireless keyboard and mouse. Officers arrested the home's resident, a 23-year-old man and NMC student, for breaking and entering. He was taken to Grand Traverse County jail.
Grand Traverse Sheriff's Department Deputy Derek Morton and a bomb-detecting dog prepare to search near Northwestern Bank. Grand Traverse Sheriff's Department Capt. Dave Meachum, center, discusses the bank incident with police officers on scene. KINGSLEY — A man who police believe rolled the dice and robbed a local bank faces the legal equivalent of snake eyes after authorities nabbed him at a local casino. A Fife Lake man, 50, entered Northwestern Bank's Kingsley branch shortly after it opened Thursday at 9 a.m. and demanded money, Grand Traverse County sheriff's investigators said. He left with cash, but authorities tracked him to Turtle Creek Casino in Williamsburg. He was arrested shortly before 2 p.m. "We are very pleased to have this gentleman under arrest ... just short of five hours from the point of the robbery," Undersheriff Nate Alger said.
TRAVERSE CITY — Police arrested a man in connection with a daytime armed robbery at Gander Mountain. The Grand Traverse Sheriff's Department arrested a 27-year-old man Wednesday evening for the April 5 robbery at the Garfield Township store on U.S. 31. Tips from the public and information from sheriff's deputies led to the arrest. A man walked into Gander Mountain at about 6 p.m. on April 5, showed what appeared to be a handgun and left with the till from a cash register.The suspect's name was not released pending his arraignment. The sheriff's department continues to investigate the case, and anyone with additional information is asked to call 995-5002.
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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan detective can credit legwork, luck and one man's bad habit for his latest arrest. A Traverse City police detective went to a local gas station Thursday to show clerks a surveillance video image of someone accused of stealing a woman's credit card a week before.
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