Officers with the Bloomfield Township Police Department arrested two Keego Harbor men accused of taking merchandise from different township businesses in separate incidents this week.
In the first incident, officers arrested Adam Johnstone, 28, at Target shortly after they were called by store security at about 9 a.m. on Jan. 11, reports said. Security guards detained Johnstone after he allegedly took more than $1,100 in various merchandise. He was arrested without incident, and was charged with one count of felony retail fraud.
He remains at the Oakland County Jail on $20,000 bond pending a preliminary hearing scheduled for next week.
Officers also arrested a 51-year-old Keego Harbor man shortly after he tried to steal seven boxes of condoms from the Rite Aid drugstore on the township's north side Sunday morning, reports said.
The officers responded to a retail fraud in progress call, and were told by store employees that man was inside the store concealing merchandise. Store employees also said the same man was responsible for stealing another 30 boxes of condoms a few days earlier, reports said. The total loss was valued at about $450.
Police arrested the man, whose name was not released, without incident and booked him at the police department before he was released on a personal bond. The case was forwarded to the Oakland County Prosecutor for possible charges, according to reports.