Home Invasion Suspect Arrested in Lansing
Last week, the Clinton County Sheriff's office warned residents to make sure they lock their vehicles and homes as there had been several daytime home invasions in the county. The burglaries were happening between 8:00 AM and late afternoon.
The Lansing State Journal reports that the invasions were believed to be the work of one person or a group of 'bad actors'. Sounds like the thievery was happening in several townships throughout Clinton County. Mostly homes on more rural roads were being targeted.
Police believe the home invasions are being committed by the same person or group of people.
On Friday, September 14th, someone tipped off police at the Clinton County Sheriff's office, which narrowed the search to one suspect who was on a tether.
A search warrant and an arrest warrant were secured, then police from the Clinton County Sheriffs Office, Bath Township Police and Tri-county Metro Narcotics Team worked together to arrest the suspect at a residence in Lansing.
The 30 year old suspect is reportedly from Eaton County. He was reportedly in possession of some stolen property.