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Man Accused of Stealing Charity Change Jar…

Man Accused of Stealing Charity Change Jar from Royal Oak Gas Station Captured After Police Chasewaterwork

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, Aug. 8, 2014)


INCIDENT: 01:06 Hrs. – Aug.6- Orion Twp. – Fleeing and Eluding/Recovered Stolen
Vehicle.     #14-122961.

Reid_Sally_115 SUMMARY: The Auburn Hills Police Department notified the Sheriff’s Office they had a vehicle northbound on Baldwin Rd. approaching Maybee that was not stopping for their officers. The vehicle was wanted in connection with a Larceny complaint out of the City of Royal Oak, in which a Charitable Donation change jar was stolen from a gas station at 12 Mile Rd. and Rochester Rd.  The responsible vehicle had originally fled from Madison Heights PD., and  Bloomfield Twp PD.  Just prior to OCSO Deputies picking up the pursuit on Baldwin near Clarkston Rd. in Orion Twp., Auburn Hills PD. terminated their pursuit.  The vehicle still refused to stop for Deputies with lights and sirens activated.  The pursuit continued on Baldwin Rd., and turned eastbound onto Indianwood Rd. to Lapeer Rd. As the pursuit neared Lapeer Rd. and Drahner the patrol units involved were instructed to terminate the pursuit.

gallowaycollens1 OUTCOME OF INCIDENT: As the Deputies were terminating the pursuit the vehicle turned westbound onto Drahner Rd. and came to a stop.  At which time the driver fled the vehicle on foot and was apprehended by Deputies after a short foot pursuit.  A second subject, who was a passenger in the vehicle was also taken into custody without incident.  A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed the change jar stolen from the Gas Station in Royal Oak. Additionally, the vehicle was found to be reported stolen out of the City of Detroit. Both subjects were transported back to the Orion Twp. Substation and a detective responded to continue the investigation. Royal Oak PD. was advised and the change jar was taken as evidence and logged into the property room. The stolen vehicle was impounded to Buckhorn’s Towing and Detroit PD was notified of the recovery.  There were no injuries and no vehicles damaged during this incident.  The driver was subsequently lodged in OCJ for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Fleeing and Eluding, and on multiple outstanding arrest warrants. The passenger was ctechadinterviewed and released pending further investigation by Royal PD on the original Larceny complaint.
Gregory Lamar Dulaney, a 45 year old male resident of Eastpointe, MI was charged by the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office today with Fleeing and Eluding 4th Degree. Mr. Dulaney was arraigned in the 52-3 District Court in Rochester Hills before Judge Lisa Asadoorian and held on a $100,000.00 Cash/Surety bond w/no 10% allowed.  Mr. Dulaney has an extensive criminal history including convictions for armed robbery, weapons violations,felony larceny and retail fraud.
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