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Two Suspects Arraigned For Life O'Riley Thefts

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LANSING, MI (WLNS) - Two people have been arraigned and are facing charges after police say they stole from people moving out of Life O'Riley Mobile Home Park.

It happened on March 8 around 6:40 p.m. in the 6700 block of S. Washington.

Residents who were moving out of Life O'Riley told officers two women approached them, saying they were part of an organization helping to relocate residents.

Victims said the suspects took metal items from homes and yards, much of the time loading up residents' items without talking to them first.

The suspects returned on March 9 and residents called police, saying they were holding down the suspects until police arrived.

Upon investigation, police found the two suspects responsible for multiple thefts within the Life O'Riley Mobile Home park.

Charges were filed on April 1 and both suspects were arraigned on April 2.

The suspects are known as Nancy Carol Whitby, 55 and Catherline Jackson, 60.

Both are facing charges for attempted larceny in a building and larceny - less than $200. Whitby's bond is set at $2,500 and Jackson's $2,000. The pair have a pre-exam conference and preliminary hearing scheduled for next week.

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