Dorr man jailed on home invasion charge

A 29-year-old Dorr man is facing home invasion charges for his alleged involvement in several Ottawa County burglaries. Richard William Bouse was arrested Monday and is facing a first-degree home invasion charge. Lt. Mark Bennett of the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department said Bouse is likely responsible for a series of home invasions in western and southern Ottawa County between Aug. 29 and Sept. 12.
Tribune Staff
Sep 16, 2011

 

Bennett said the incidents occurred between 8-10 a.m., and Bouse would allegedly take electronics, jewelry, food and other personal property. More than $20,000 in items was stolen.

The incidents occurred while Bouse was out on bond for pending home invasion charges for incidents occurring in eastern Ottawa County in July, Bennett said.

According to Bennett, detectives were led to Bouse as he was selling stolen items to area merchants. He was arrested on Monday near one of the merchants where he allegedly tried to sell some of the stolen items, police said.

Bouse is being held in the Ottawa County Jail, with a $20,000 bond on the new home invasion charge.

People with information on these incidents are asked to call 1-877-88-SILENT or visit www.mosotips.com.

 

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