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NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25: Police arrest a protester during an ACT-UP and Occupy Wall Street demonstration on April 25, 2012 in New York City. Police arrested several protesters who chained themselves to toilets and furnature in the street, saying that people with AIDS are "being kicked to the curb" by Mayor Bloomberg due to recent policy changes in New York City. ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), was marking their 25-year anniversary in supporting services for people with AIDS worldwide. They were joined by Occupy Wall Street protesters in a march from New York's city hall to Wall Street. The groups called for a tax on Wall Street transactions and speculative trades to raise money for to end the global AIDS epidemic and provide universal healthcare in the U.S.

A man from Royal Oak was outside of his house and noticed  someone trying to break into his girlfriends car…

It was about 9:30 Thursday night near 5th Street and Alexander in Royal Oak when Marcellus walked out of his home and spotted the light on in his girlfriend’s vehicle.

Marcellus jumped in his car a chased the girls down, finding them laying under a Jeep. Marcellus drove up to the suspects and while recording video with his cell phone.

“I caught your (expletive) stealing,” Marcellus yelled out of driver’s side window to the girls as the one who tried to hide under the vehicle stood up and began walking toward him.

“We didn’t steal anything,” said one girl while her friend repeatedly apologized. “I’m sorry, bro.”

One girl admitted they were checking to see if the vehicle was locked. “We opened it one inch,” she said.

“I should call the cops,” Marcellus told the girls who then begged him not to call police.

“Bro, I’m sorry, bro. Please don’t call the cops,” one of the girls said.

Man tries to teach teen girls suspect of breaking into car a lesson

A man says he decided to teach two teen girls a lesson after he caught them breaking into cars.