LIVONIA (WWJ) — Three Detroit men have been charged in connection with multiple home invasions that took place in Livonia this month.
23-year-old Dwayne Marquis Brown, 24-year-old Rodriquez Dewarren Lee and 22-year-old Keith Jawuan Williams were all arraigned on home invasion charges on Friday.READ MORE: Tenants Fed Up Over No Heat & Hot Water At The Sapphire Apartments, Management Responds
Livonia police say the crimes took place on April 11 and April 25. The men allegedly pried windows and doors open to gain access to the homes during the daytime. Cash, jewelry, small electronics and firearms were all taken.READ MORE: Oxford School Superintendent Addresses Claims Related To High School Shooting
Search warrants on the suspects’ Detroit homes on Wednesday resulted in the recovery of many of the stolen items.
Brown also faces felony firearm, possession of a firearm by a felon and habitual offender (second offense) charges. Bond was set at $1 million.MORE NEWS: Detroit Man Charged After Setting Pregnant Girlfriend On Fire
Lee was also charged with felony firearm with bond set at $500,000. Williams’ bond was set at $250,000.