ALGOMA TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Police responded to a report of a stolen vehicle on Saturday, Dec. 15. While investigating the report of the car stolen at Pizza Hut on 10 Mile Road in Algoma Township, police recovered a pick-up truck that had been previously stolen.

A 1996 Toyota Corolla Avalon was stolen on Saturday. It is a four-door, dark green car with damage to the right quarter panel, and it is missing the right rear hubcap. The license plate in BVZ9448.

Stolen Toyota Corolla
Stock photo of the stolen car.

Police believe the stolen car is occupied by Tauna Parfait, 33, and Bradley Johnson, 33. Police say the pair have been fraudulently obtaining money from gas stations by posing as store management.

Deputies say the pair has pulled this fraud throughout Kent County and as far north as Morley.

Johnson and Parfait both have have felony warrants for their arrests. Deputies say substance abuse is a suspected factor in the crime spree.

On Dec.10, 2018, officers located the couple in a truck in southern Kent County. Deputies say the suspects didn't listen to commands and Johnson rammed a patrol vehicle. The two left the scene at a high rate of speed, according to the department.

At the time, they were believed to be driving a gold 2002 Chevy Silverado 2500, which was found at the Pizza Hut in Algoma Township on Saturday.

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