DETROIT -

Eleven people are facing charges in 10 cases that include the theft of 59 laptop computers and cafeteria proceeds from the Detroit Public Schools.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced the charges Thursday.

An 18-year-old man is accused of breaking into two schools on three occasions in June. More than 30 laptops were taken from one school. In another case, a 63-year-old man is accused of receiving and selling 14 Dell laptops valued at more than $17,500.

Five people still are being sought in the break-ins.

A cashier is charged with stealing lunch sale proceeds and a cafeteria worker is charged with stealing money from a cash drawer.

A former teacher is charged with failing to report a felony drunken driving conviction to the district.

The new cases range from incidents in 2008 to as recent as Sept. 11 of this year.

A summary of the new cases are below:

  • Toni L. Ausberry, 29, of Detroit: Former cafeteria employee at Mumford High School. Alleged to have stolen money from the cashier drawer at the Mumford HS cafeteria in 2010. Charges: larceny - $1,000 or more, but less than $20,000.00, embezzlement - $1,000 or more but less than $20,000.00 and larceny in a building.
  • Dorian Alrich Blair, Jr., 19, of Detroit: Non- DPS employee at Loving School. Sept. 11, 2011 - Alleged to have broken in to Loving School in possession burglar's tools and stealing miscellaneous office items. Charges: breaking and entering a building with intent, possession of burglar's tools and larceny in a building.
  • Dwight Alvin Brown, 31, of Detroit: Non-DPS employee at Ludington School. Aug. 25, 2011 - Alleged to have received nine stolen Apple Macbooks valued at approximately $12,600. Charges: receiving and concealing stolen property over $1,000 but less than $20,000.
  • Marque Mency, 23, of Detroit: Non-DPS employee at Bagley Elementary School. Sept. 10, 2011 - Alleged to have stolen 12 Dell laptops and 1 video projector. Charges: breaking and entering a building with intent, possession of burglar's tools and larceny in a building.
  • Anthony Mosby, 47, of Oak Park, MI: Former teacher at Clippert Elementary/Middle School. 2009 - Alleged failure to report/disclose 08/25/2009 OUIL 3rd conviction to DPS. Charges: Failure of a school employee to report a felony conviction.
  • Charmain Porter, 55, of Detroit: Former cashier helper at Cass Tech High School. 2011 - Alleged to have stolen lunch money daily from food sales. Charges: embezzlement by a public official, embezzlement over $1,000 but less than $20,000 by an agent, larceny over $1,000 but less than $20,000 and larceny in a building.
  • Lester Sanford (aka Twin), 63, of Detroit: Non-DPS employee at Detroit City High School. 2008 - Alleged to have received 14 Dell laptops valued at over $17,500 that had been stolen from DCHS. He then sold the computers and kept the proceeds. Charges: receiving and concealing stolen property over $1,000 but less than $20,000.
  • Demarco S. Wilson, 18, of Detroit: Non-DPS employee at Wayne Elementary. June 8, 2011 - Alleged to have broken into Wayne School and stealing five Asus Netbook computers and two Dell computers. Charges: breaking and entering a building with intent, receiving and concealing stolen property more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and larceny in a building.
  • Demonte G. Wilson, 19, and Demarco S. Wilson, 18: Non-DPS employees at Mason Elementary School. June 6, 2011 - Alleged to have broken in to Mason Elementary School and stolen 21 Apple laptop computers. Charges: receiving and concealing stolen property more than $20,000, entering without breaking with intent and larceny in a building.
  • Christian O. Williams, 19, Demonte G. Wilson, 19, Demarco S. Wilson, 18, Thomas Fent-James Williams, 19,. All of Detroit: Non-DPS employees at Mason Elementary School. June 27, 2011 - Alleged to have broken in to Mason Elementary School and stolen 12 Apple laptop computers. Charges: breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny, receiving and concealing stolen property more than $1000 but less than $20,000 and larceny in a building.

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