UIA virtual appointments offer more accessibility for Michiganders
The Unemployment Insurance Agency has added a virtual appointment option for customers needing assistance with their claims, including a dedicated link for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing utilizing voice to text closed captioning.
Wyandotte business owner accused of stealing from customers
WYANDOTTE, Mich. – A Wyandotte business owner is facing multiple charges for allegedly stealing from customers, police said. Patrick Dingman, the owner of Crime Ring Kustoms in Wyandotte, called police Feb. 11 to say a customer’s van had been stolen from his business, according to authorities. On Wednesday, investigators discovered the stolen van at a warehouse in Wyandotte that is leased by Dingman, authorities said. Dingman was arraigned Sunday on charges of receiving and concealing stolen property worth $20,000 or more, receiving stolen property worth between $1,000 and $20,000, larceny by conversion and false felony report. Police believe Dingman might have stolen property from other customers.