Michigan man leaves debit card with his name on it inside house after using it to break in
ALPENA TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Michigan man used a debit card with his name on it to break into a home, then left the card inside and was later arrested, police said. When troopers got to the woman’s house, they found the door had been forced open using a debit card. They said a damaged debit card with Tanner’s name on it was found at the scene. AdTanner was being held at the Kent County Jail on unrelated charges, according to police. He was arraigned from the Kent County Jail on Thursday (March 4) and charged with second-degree home invasion.
2 dead in Alpena Township building fire
ALPENA TOWNSHIP, Mich. Two bodies were found among debris after a building caught fire in Alpena Thursday afternoon, according to authorities. A video of the fire was provided by Michigan State Police:An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire and deaths of the two individuals. Troopers and firefighters responded to a building fire in Alpena Township on Aug. 13, 2020. Photo provided by Michigan State Police. (Michigan State Police)Stay with Local 4 News as we provide updates on this developing story.