Former University of Michigan employee who stole bus had kept keys for 2 years
A Romulus man accused of stealing a University of Michigan bus in September had pocketed his employment keys when he was fired from his transportation job two years ago, according to a Michigan Daily article.
Antoine James, a former U-M employee, held onto his employment keys for two years and used them in the early morning hours of Sept. 21 to sneak into the U-M bus yard and steal a bus.
According to the Daily article, a police report stated that the 23-year-old James had alcohol in his system during the incident and that James told an arresting officer he took the bus to relieve stress.
James has pleaded guilty to receiving and concealing stolen property.
- Read the Daily article.