After 4 convictions in 2 weeks, man faces another larceny charge
Courtesy of the state of Michigan
Todd Wilson, also known as Carlton Cross and by 14 other aliases, pleaded guilty to two more charges of larceny in a building Tuesday, making four convictions in two weeks’ time.
However, the cycle keeps on going — Wilson, 42, is facing yet another larceny in a building charge at Eastern Michigan University, court records show.
Wilson pleaded guilty to two counts of larceny in a building at a preliminary exam Tuesday for stealing a wallet and an unattended purse on EMU’s campus on March 28 and April 9, respectively. Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge David Swartz will sentence him on those charges at 1:30 p.m. June 14.
Wilson pleaded guilty on May 10 to two counts of larceny in a building in exchange for six other criminal charges to be dropped at sentencing from a University of Michigan case. Records show Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge Melinda Morris’ will sentence him on those charges at 1:30 p.m. June 11.
Wilson and Jason Russ, 41, worked together to steal items from U-M buildings and then Russ used the credit cards taken from those items, according to police. Russ has been convicted on eight charges in his case and faces sentencing on June 11 as well, records show.
While the two men sit at the Washtenaw County Jail and await their sentences, the hits just keep coming for Wilson.
He hasn’t been arraigned on the latest charge, stemming from a March 28 theft, according to court records.
Wilson faces a maximum prison term of four years on each charge of larceny in a building. He has four previous convictions dating back to 1989.