Six arraigned, held in brazen gun store burglary

Five men and a juvenile from Detroit are charged in the theft of nearly three-dozen weapons from a suburban gun store.
AP Wire
Oct 10, 2012

 

Livonia police said the men rammed a stolen minivan Thursday morning through a Shooter's Service shop window, west of Detroit.

Police arrested one man fleeing with a load of guns. Two others were caught in a wooded area. Other arrests were made later.

Police said 34 guns taken in the theft were recovered.

The five men — ages 17 to 21 — were arraigned Saturday on weapons, larceny and other charges, and each held on $1 million bonds. The juvenile was turned over to the Wayne County Youth Home.

The group also has been linked to jewelry store break-ins in two other communities.

 

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