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BYRON TOWNSHIP, MI -- Police say a fraud suspect had 13 credit cards and three IDs when they nabbed him at Tanger Outlets after he returned to a store for his admittedly fake ID.

Earl Jerome Wright III recently was indicted in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids on a charge of attempted access device fraud.

Wright was arrested Feb. 19 after he tried to purchase two necklaces at Kay Jewelers at the Tanger Outlets Mall on 84th Street.

The credit card he used did not work on the clerk's register, police wrote in an affidavit. Wright became agitated and left the store, leaving the card and an ID behind.

The clerk later called Wright to tell him that he forgot his ID. Wright allegedly replied that, not to worry because "he has plenty more of them."

The clerk then called police.

About two hours later, Wright ended up returning to the store in hopes of getting the ID back. Store officials called police and Kent County sheriff's deputies quickly responded and confronted Wright.

"When asked what ID he was looking to get back, he responded to the deputy with 'the fake ID I wanted back,'" police wrote.

Deputies soon after found that Wright was carrying 13 credit cards and three driver's licenses, all believed fraudulent.

Police determined that one of the cards had been used that same day at Banana Republic Factory He used one of the cards to charge $178. He tried to use it again at a Shinola store for $771 in purchases but it was denied.

When he was arrested Feb. 19, Wright already had a pending identity theft case in Kent County after he allegedly tried to purchase jewelry with a fraudulent credit card.

authorstream Android Handbook Hackers Android httpswww Hackers Deputies, when they interviewed Wright at Tanger Outlets, asked him what he planned to do with the jewelry from Kay's if he had been successful.

His response: "Prolly sell them for money for my lawyer."

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GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, MI -- Authorities have contained a small spill from an oil well pipe that reached a bayou near the Grand River.

Ottawa County Emergency Management officials said the spill was reported on Jan. 1 on private property near 10th Avenue and Taylor Street.

They discovered that up to 10 barrels of oil had leaked from an external pipe that serves a remote oil well.

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The well operator, a private contractor, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and other agencies are working together to clean up the spill.

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- A 17-year-old accused of stealing a police cruiser early New Year’s Day and crashing into a stopped van has been charged with two felonies.

Police say Alyssa Martinez was in a minivan near Courtney Street NW and Garfield Avenue when police stopped it about 4:30 a.m. Jan. 1, 2018.

The driver fled on foot and the two officers in the cruiser gave chase.

Police say Martinez -- one of seven people who jumped out of the van as police chased the driver -- then opened the cruiser door and slipped behind the steering wheel before taking off. The cruiser crashed into the minivan, then continued on about a mile before stopping near 11th Street NW and Powers Avenue.

During the jaunt, the cruiser ran several stop signs and reached speeds that exceeded 50 mph, police said.

Police quickly located the cruiser using GPS and found Martinez walking in the nearby area.

She is charged with felony counts of auto theft and malicious destruction of property as well as a misdemeanor count of resisting and obstructing police.

The minivan driver, 19-year-old Gidalthi Reyes-Macias, is charged with aggravated assault, driving with a suspended license and failing to obey a police officer command.

Police initially responded to the area on a report of a large fight and stopped the minivan based on a description from other people at the fight scene.