“Nobody knew it was gonna happen…We all felt safe.”
An Orion Township woman is now lodged at the Oakland County Jail after police say she confessed to seven home break-ins.
Police believe there is still another thief behind a spate of other break-ins in the Farmington Hills area.
At 6:30 p.m. Monday, residents, clergy and Clinton Township police will gather in St. Claude Chapel on Beaconsfield. They’re getting together to talk about what they can do to better prepare their community against home invasions.
All were reported along McIntyre Drive near the school’s soccer field Sunday morning. In each case, residents say money and electronics were stolen from the first floor of their apartments as they slept upstairs.
Police officials say the items usually taken are jewelry and other small non-descript items of value.
Southfield police said they’ve arrested three men who independently broke into 18 houses within the city and stole valuables. Delano Pore, 26-year-old Southfield resident. Charged with eight counts of Home Invasion 1st Degree and two counts of […]