CMU students arraigned on charges of retail fraud in Gratiot County


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Five Central Michigan University freshmen students were arraigned and charged with retail fraud in Gratiot County within the past two weeks.

According to court documents, two 18-year-old men and three 19-year-old men were charged with multiple counts of retail fraud relating to an incident that occurred Feb. 16 at a Gratiot County Walmart.

The names of the students, their charges and dates of their bond postings are as follows:

  • Chad Sellers, 19, Grand Rapids, one count of second-degree retail fraud and one count of third-degree retail fraud. He posted 10 percent of a $500 bond March 17 and was released.
  • Alexander Hicks, 19, Bangor, charged with one count of second-degree retail fraud and one count of third-degree retail fraud. He posted 10 percent of a $500 bond March 23 and was released.
  • Jacob Herman, 18, Plymouth, charged with one count of third-degree retail fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit retail fraud. He posted 10 percent of a $500 bond March 23 and was released.
  • Miguel Arredondo, 18, Ellicott City, Md., charged with one count of second-degree retail fraud and one count of third-degree retail fraud. He posted 10 percent of a $500 bond March 20 and was released.
  • Anthony Montante,19, Plymouth, charged with one count of second-degree retail fraud and one count of third-degree retail fraud. He posted 10 percent of a $500 bond March 14 and was released.



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