The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office has authorized a complaint against a 50-year-old Clark Street man accused of indecent exposure.
The incident occurred Feb. 4 at Nu2u, the resale shop in the Commons at Sauk plaza. Around 6 p.m. three sisters visited the store and were browsing the aisles.
At one point, according to a 56-year-old Riga Township woman, the suspect walked with his pants and underwear around his ankles and his genitals exposed. The woman screamed and yelled for employees to call police. The woman said the man hastily pulled up his pants and kept walking toward her. Her sisters rushed to her. All three women said the man left the aisle repeating “I didn’t do it.” One of the women snapped a photo of the man’s license plate as the man was driving from the parking lot.
Police tracked the man’s license plate to an Ann Arbor house. They also saw his name involved in Saline Police Department records relating to a noise complaint on Clark Street. Police visited the Clark Street apartment and learned from the resident that the suspect lives there.
Police were unable to contact the suspect despite several attempts.
A Dearborn Heights woman told police she believed someone intentionally damaged her Dodge Journey at The Oaks Shopping Plaza in Saline April 10.
The 53-year-old woman, employed at Faurecia, visited the plaza to shop at the Dollar Tree Store. When she opened her door to exit her vehicle, she accidentally hit the vehicle next to hers. The owner of the other vehicle yelled at her about being more careful. The Dearborn Heights woman apologized and then went shopping.
When she returned to her vehicle she noticed someone had kicked in the side of her car.
There were no witnesses.
Two out-of-town teenagers were ticketed by Saline Police April 7. A 15-year-old Flat Rock boy was ticketed for driving without a license. A 17-year-old Westland girl was tickets for allowing an unlicensed driver to drive her mother’s Chrysler 300.
Trash Cans Stolen
A 27-year-old resident of the 200 block of West Russell Street called police because someone apparently took his trash cans. They were located near his house April 6. He noticed they were missing the next day.
Credit Card Fraud
A 26-yearold resident of Annwood Court called police after noticing a debit of $600 from her bank account on April 6. The charge was from a store called Rimtyme Custom Wheels and Tires in Macon, Georgia.
With the help of an employee, police learned a 27-year-old Thomaston, Georgia man purchased a set of rims and tires for $2,759 in March. As of April 6 he hadn’t made a payment. When contacted by the store, the man handed the phone to a woman who allegedly provided the Saline woman’s debit card information.
Police contacted the Georgia man. He denied knowing anything about the incident. Saline Police also passed along the information to detectives with the Upson County Sheriff’s Department.
It’s tax season, which means some Saline residents who file their taxes are being notified that someone already filed for a tax refund. A 56-year-old Chestnut Crescent woman called police April 4 to complain of tax-related identity theft.