Cory Pittaway, 32, was arraigned on charges of larceny from a vehicle Oct. 11 after White Lake police say he was caught breaking into a car in White Lake.
According to the report, Pittaway was going through a vehicle at a home on Audubon when the owner saw him and called police. The caller was able to give a full description of Pittaway and the car he drove off in.
While driving down M-59, Police Chief Ed Harris heard the call go out with the description of the vehicle. The report states that Harris saw the vehicle leaving the Home Depot parking lot.
Another officer was called to the scene and the car was stopped. Pittaway was positively identified by the homeowner who initially saw him, and was arrested on the scene by the officer and Harris, the report states.
Items that were believed to be stolen were taken from the car. Pittaway, of Waterford, was arraigned Thursday. His bond was set at $5,000.
Wallet taken from car
A wallet, prescription pad and prescription slips were taken from a vehicle at the Ormond BP gas station Oct. 9 at 11:17 a.m.
According to the report, a woman was pumping gas into her 2011 Buick Regal and left to go inside to pay. When she returned, she found her wallet and the prescription items missing.
There are no suspects at this time, and the incident remains under investigation.
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