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Sports Memorabilia Reported Stolen from Brighton Home

The following information was supplied by the Livingston County Sheriff's Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

A Brighton man reported that his home on 11000 block of Larkins Road had been broken into on Oct. 1 between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m., according to a police report from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. 

Items reported missing included several sports memorabilia including an autographed hockey puck by Steve Yzerman and a football signed by Bob Griese. Other items reported stolen included a picture autographed by Janet Jackson, two coins from Andrew Jackson, an engagement ring, $400 of loose change and a laptop computer.

Police say the homeowner had also reported his car being broken into 10 days earlier, which had been reported to the Brighton State Police.

According to the report, the homeowner believes the suspect may have entered through an unlocked door leading into the garage, which led to an unlocked service door leading into the residence.

Fifteen Smartphones valued at more the $5,000 reported stolen 

Fifteen smart phones valued at more than $5,000 were reported stolen from the Family Wireless store in Hartland on October 2, according to a police report from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. 

Police responded to an alarm from the store and upon arrival, noticed a forced entry into the store from a rear entry door, according to the report.

Police say that employees of the store also reported missing $100 in cash and a Samsung tablet.

Fenton man’s debit card used at an Arkansas Walmart

A Fenton man reported that on Sept. 28, two transactions occurred on his debit card in the amount of $250.92 at a Walmart in Arkansas, according to a police report. 

The bank contacted the cardholder, according to the report, and indicated that the suspect had attempted to use the debit card three more times, but was unsuccessful.

Police say the Fenton man still had the card in his possession at the time of the fraudulent transactions and has since been destroyed. 

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