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Three people face charges for several serious crimes in Flint Township

Flint, Michigan – Three individuals were apprehended and accused of numerous break-ins.

On Monday, December 11, Flint Township Police were called to an industrial site for a break-in that happened during the weekend. The details about the initial break-in and other incidents were shared by the authorities two days ago.

Police reported that upon arrival, they discovered multiple individuals had entered the building and taken a work truck, trailers, and work tools worth about $200,000.

Evidence connected at least three men to these crimes, according to the police. Over recent weeks, Ronald Hawley, Nickolaus Bristol, and Timothy Childers were taken into custody.

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The individuals were also linked to similar crimes in Genesee and Saginaw County. Police reported they stole five vehicles, three of which were classic cars, from a house in Frankenmuth.

Police shared that many stolen tools and vehicles were returned to their owners. These items were found hidden in different places across Genesee County.

The men faced court charges for several serious crimes, including running a criminal operation and theft.

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For anyone with useful information about this case, they can reach out to Det. Minto at 810-600-3250 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL.