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Woman Tries to Steal 6 Bottles of Tequila from Costco

Plus more police and crime news from around southeast Michigan this week.

A woman was arrested after trying to steal six bottles of tequila from Costco in Bloomfield Township. Patch file photo
A woman was arrested after trying to steal six bottles of tequila from Costco in Bloomfield Township. Patch file photo

Bloomfield

Shoplifter at Costco; Larceny at Brother Rice High School: Officers with the Bloomfield Township Police Department arrested a woman that tried to steal six bottles of Patron tequila and a bottle of Tylenol from Costco last week. 

Farmington Hills

Novi Man Eats Marijuana, Faces Drug Charge in Farmington Hills: Asked where the marijuana was, the man admitted he had eaten it. The report indicated that an officer looked inside the man's mouth and saw marijuana in his teeth.

Clinton Township

Former Clinton Township Priest Accused of Sexual Misconduct With Minor: Louis Grandpre was named pastor of St. Paul of Tarsus Parish in Clinton Township in 1990. He retired in 2003. Before that, he served at parishes in Detroit, Dearborn, Algonac and Southfield

Northville

Suspect Steals Northville Man's $1K Home Depot Gift Card: The man’s wife told police that someone took the envelope containing the card from her front porch on the block of 17000 Rolling Woods Circle after UPS delivered it, the report said.

New Baltimore

Suspects in Poncho's Arson Case Identified: The pair was taken into custody Wednesday evening in New Baltimore following an extensive investigation into last week's fire at the popular eatery, Police Chief Tim Wiley said. "Their connection to the restaurant at this point is strictly a criminal matter," Wiley said. 

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