Four charged in theft of ATMs across southeast Michigan

Charles E. Ramirez
The Detroit News
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Canton — Three men and a woman are accused of stealing several automated teller machines from businesses across southeast Michigan, police said.

All four have been charged with breaking and entering a building with intent to steal, a 10-year felony.

Officials identified the accused as Richard Briggs, 34, of Detroit; Angelo Parker, 30, also of Detroit; Antonio Parker, 33, of Warren, and Anitra Ward, 20, of Hazel Park.

Antonio Parker has also been charged with resisting police, a two-year felony.

Antonio Parker

The four were arraigned in 43rd District Court in Ferndale and each person's bond was set at $75,000.

Officers with the Canton, Dearborn, Ferndale, Livonia and Warren police departments worked with FBI agents on the investigation that led to the suspects' arrests. 

Canton police said it will forward the findings of a similar investigation to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office for review.

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Angelo Parker
Ward