FLINT, Mich. (AP) -An attorney representing former New York Giants receiver Mark Ingram said he had nothing to do with breaking into a garage and stealing a purse.
Lynette Ward said Ingram doesn't know the victims of the break-in and theft that was reported last December and happened in Grand Blanc Township.
``Since his past troubles he has worked hard to restart (his life),'' Ward said. ``This was really disappointing to him.''
The 41-year-old Ingram was arraigned Thursday and released on personal bond, the Flint Journal reported Saturday. He's charged with a felony count of breaking and entering of a building and a misdemeanor larceny charge.
Ingram played at Michigan State.

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