Grand Rapids police conducted 15 tobacco compliance checks Thursday. Fourteen of the clerks passed- with one given an educational packette.
A burglary was reported from NE 13th Avenue in Grand Rapids. The lock was broken on a garage- nothing appears missing.
And, a white cat with an orange collar was found with a note saying she was house-trained, pregnant, and homeless. The person who found the cat said he would keep the cat until its owner is found. He didn’t want to see the cat go to the pound. The cat is mostly white with patches of tan and black.
A local resident is out $4400 dollars. He was called and told he won a lottery. All he had to do was deposit $4400 into some one else’s bank account. He was told someone would meet him at the bank with his winnings. He made the first deposit then was asked for a second deposit of $14,000. A teller at Wells Fargo Bank denied the transaction and alerted authorities. The initial $4400 was already withdrawn in Indiana.