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Ann Arbor Police Arrested Person of Interest in Ann Arbor Home Invasions

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Ann Arbor Police arrested person of interest in Ann Arbor home invasions

Suspect of assault was identified as the person of interest in Ann Arbor Home invasions

Ann Arbor police

Ann Arbor Police arrested person of interest in Ann Arbor home invasions

Person of interest in Ann Arbor home invasions arrested with assault charges

In a recent article published by Detroit News, authorities arrested 58-year-old man suspected in multiple home invasions after he allegedly assaulted a person in a park Thursday, Ann Arbor police said.

Ann Arbor police said that they are investigating home invasions that happened on Tuesday and Wednesday. The reported man matching the description of the suspect in the break-ins was arrested by Ann Arbor police in connection with a domestic assault incident.

The announcement comes a day after Ann Arbor police said they were investigating at least six home break-ins reported in a 48-hour period. Three of the home invasions were on Catherine Street, one on State Street, one on Prospect Street and one on Dewey Avenue. Ann Arbor police investigators said during the Tuesday break-in on State Street, a woman confronted the suspect in her bedroom.

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The woman gave the Ann Arbor police the description of the suspect. The victim told officers the suspect took an iPhone, a Bluetooth speaker and some cash. Ann Arbor police said the suspect is male, bald, about 6 feet tall with a thin build and between 40 and 50 years old. He was wearing black pants and a brown sweatshirt. He also had a black backpack

On Wednesday, Ann Arbor police officers were called at about 11 p.m. to a home in the 900 block of Sybil Street for a report of a home invasion. The home is located near Hoover Avenue and State Street and the University of Michigan’s Intramural Sports Building. Ann Arbor police identified that the suspect got inside the home by cutting the screen of an unlocked window on the first floor while the residents were not home at the time.

On Thursday, Ann Arbor police officers were called at about 12:40 a.m. to Wheeler Park for a report of a domestic assault. Ann Arbor police arrived and found the victim with minor injuries and the victim refused medical treatment. During the investigation, Ann Arbor police learned the suspect was a person of interest in a Tuesday home invasion on North State Street.

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