Money withdrawn from online account
A Howell Township woman told police she noticed a couple unauthorized transactions on her online bank account at 9:30 p.m. on June 10, according to a police report.
The woman told police she had checked her online account to transfer funds when she noticed that $3,650 was transfered from her savings to her checking account and $3,999 was transfered out of her checking to an unknown account, the report said.
The woman's bank said it would refund the $3,999, but only with a police report. The woman gave the name and email address of a possible suspect from the unknown bank account.
Credit card fraud
A Genoa Township man reported his Michigan Educational Credit Union Master Card number was used four times between 4:21 p.m. and 4:39 p.m. at a Walmart in Jackson, Michigan, according to a police report.
The amounts of the transactions were $105.64, $105.64, $211.28, and $105.45. The transaction for $105.45 was not approved. The items that were purchased are unknown.The man told police he cancelled the card and would be contacting the credit bureaus.
Cash stolen from unlocked car
Cigarettes and cash were reported stolen from an unlocked car on the 11000 block of Norway Dr. in Hartland Township between 11 p.m on June 10 and 1:30 p.m. on June 11.
According to a police report, a woman had come home and left her car unlocked, then noticed the items missing the next day.
Items taken include a carton of Marlboro Special Blend Lights valued at $51 and $20 cash.
iPods stolen from unlocked car
iPods and a wallet were reported stolen from an unlocked car on the 1300 block of Long Lake Dr. in Hartland Township between 9 p.m. on June 9 and 7:30 a.m. June 10, according to a police report.
Police said a woman told them she stayed the night at a friend's house, but could not park nearby because of all the graduation parties on the street. The next morning the woman noticed several items missing from her car, the report said.
Items stolen include a Fossil wallet valued at $40 that contained $10 cash, iPod Nano valued at $50 and an iPod Touch, valued at $200.
Police say that several carpet tools were reported stolen from the 6000 block of W. Grand River in Genoa Township between June 9 and June 11.
The man told police that he had noticed the basement walkout door had been kicked in about two weeks ago, but since nothing was taken, didn't make a report, according to a police report. The damage to the door didn't allow it to be locked.
Police say there were no signs of forced entry and that the tools within reach were taken while more expensive tools that were further in the room were left behind.
The man told police he would check with local pawn shops and on craigslist to see if he could find the tools and would let them know if he found anything, according to the report.