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Posted on: May 31, 2019

Larceny From Automobile Suspects Arraigned

Press release on LFA/Credit Card Fraud - 

Deputies and Detectives from the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Delta Patrol investigated eight larceny from auto complaints on 05/30/2019.  These complaints are believed to be associated with the four suspects that were taken into custody during the early morning hours of 05/30/2019 at a local Delta Township retail store.

The locations of the larceny complaints are:

 800 Block of Flagstone Drive

 4000 Block of Claiborne Avenue

 6000 Block of Shiloh Way

 12000 Block of Townsend Way

 1000 Block of Broken Ridge Drive

 4000 Block of Arlene Drive

 4000 Block of Elmshaven Drive

 200 Block of Shiloh Way

 The Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau is also investigating this group of individuals for additional crimes in other parts of Delta Township and Windsor Township.

 The suspects are in custody at the Eaton County Jail.  Charges have been requested through the Eaton County Prosecutor’s Office on the suspects to include larceny from auto, credit card fraud, resisting and obstructing a police officer and retail fraud.  

 Arraignment took place this afternoon.  Two were given a $10,000 bond (10%), one was given a $15,000 bond (10%), and one was given a $20,000 bond (10%). 

 The suspects have been identified as:

 Keyontae Jawuan Geter, 17, from Lansing

 Julon Richard Tolliver, 18, from Lansing

Ruben Calvin Walker, 19, from Lansing

 Kemofi Dedon Brown, 19, from Lansing

 All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty.

 The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to lock their vehicles and keep valuables out of sight.

 

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