Fisher Sentenced for White Birch Robberies

December 16, 2019

Michael Carl Fisher

By Pat Maurer
Correspondent

Michael Carl Fisher, 35 of Lansing, was sentenced Monday for multiple break-ins and thefts in the White Birch Subdivision in Lincoln Township last year. In October he pled guilty to three counts of receiving and concealing stolen property valued from $1,000 to $20,000.

December 9th, Circuit Judge Roy Mienk sentenced Fisher to serve from 15 months to five years on each count, with the sentences to be served concurrent with each other and concurrent with the prison term he is already serving. He was given credit for 3000 days already served and ordered to pay $3,305 in court costs and fines.

An investigation by the Clare County Sheriff’s Office in 2018 identified Fisher as a suspect. Officers located him with another person, but he escaped.

Fisher was later arrested in Shiawassee County in December where he was a suspect on other charges.

The CCSO reported that Fisher was suspected in four to five counties for larceny bad checks and home invasions.

He was sent back to Clare County on a warrant for the larcenies in Lincoln Township. Search warrants for three of his relative’s homes in Shiawassee County revealed many of the items stolen in White Birch. He was arraigned January 29th on the Clare County charges. No bail was set.

The recovered items were returned to their owners.





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