Farmington Hills Man Caught Taking Wheels in Bloomfield Township Released on Bond
Bloomfield Township police arrested Andrew Lee Marculewicz after a citizen reported suspicious activity in the parking lot earlier this week.
The Farmington Hills man that Bloomfield Township police suspect of stealing tires from new cars parked in the Golling Chrysler Dealership lot is free on bond while awaiting his next court date.
Andrew Lee Marculewicz, 24, posted a $10,000 bond and was released from the Oakland County Jail on Tuesday, jail records show. He is scheduled to appear in 48th District Court for a preliminary hearing next week.
Marculewicz is charged with one count of larceny from auto, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison, upon conviction. Bloomfield Township police officers arrested him at about 5 a.m. Sunday in the Golling Chrysler parking lot after they responded to a 9-1-1 call from a witness who said he saw a man dressed in all black, wearing a hood and face mask, rolling a tire across the parking lot, a news release stated.
Upon further investigation, officers located a pre-owned Chevy Camaro in the Golling lot that had both driver side wheels missing and observed all the lug nuts on the passenger side had been removed, the release said. One of the missing wheels was still in the area, while the second was found near a rear entry gate, near the suspect’s getaway vehicle.
Marculewicz was not represented by an attorney at arraignment and attempts to reach him Friday were unsuccessful.