Home invasion suspect arrested after police found coat and other items left at crime scene


HANOVER TWP., MI – A home invasion suspect has been identified and arrested after police said they found several personal items to his left at the crime scene.

Police were called at 8:34 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, to a residence on Weeks Road in Hanover Township with a reported home invasion, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

A 911 caller reported that someone had broken into the residence and left with several items in an unknown direction, police said.

Police were able to identify the burglary suspect, a 23-year-old Jonesville man, after finding several personal items to his left at the scene, police said.

One of the items was a coat that contained identifying information, Jackson County Deputy Sheriff Chris Kuhl said.

MPs passed the credentials to area law enforcement and shortly thereafter a Michigan State Police soldier found the man in a vehicle near Jerome Road in the county. of Hillsdale, police said.

The man was arrested after officers found him in possession of the missing items at the canton of Hanover home, police said.

The man was taken to Jackson County Jail to await second degree home invasion charges.

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