Michigan Man Steals Ambulance Idling at ER

Richmond, Mich.

A Detroit man was arrested for stealing an ambulance outside of a Michigan hospital on Nov. 31. He allegedly stole the vehicle after he was unable to find a ride to his car.

According to The Times Herald the EMS ambulance was idling outside the St. John River District Hospital’s emergency room entrance when it was stolen by 31-year-old Marcus Belgrave Jr.

Belgrave was stopped by police shortly after and was arrested without incident. He faces one charge of unlawful driving away of a motor vehicle.

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