By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor in Chief
The police beat for the last two weeks of August shows that a high number of home invasions took place. Residents should remain vigilant by locking all of their doors and windows, and keeping an eye out for their neighbors.
On August 17, officers resounded to a breaking and entering in the 33000 block of West Rd. The front door of the home was forced open, jewelry was taken.
On August 18, officers responded a home invasion in the 27000 block of Mockingbird Lane, where a screen was removed. The suspect entered through the open window and stole money and other personal property.
Two home invasions took place on August 20: one in the 25600 block of Creek Slide Ct. where entry was made through an unlocked screen door, but noting was taken. The other took place in the 35800 block of Stream View Dr., where the suspect entered through a unlocked window and took a wallet and a laptop.
Officers issued citations to a 17 year old romulus driver for reckless driving and trespassing on August 22 at Huron High School.
On August 22, officers responded to the 18000 block of Middlebelt for a breaking and entering of a residence. Entry, once again, was made through an opened window. Jewelry and a laptop were taken.
A 26 year old Huron resident was arrested for breaking and entering on August 22. All stolen property from this breaking and entering was recovered.
Another breaking and entering was reported on August 24 in the 31500 block of West Rd. Entry was made through an unlocked sliding glass door and several electronic items were stolen.
A drug complaint was made on August 24 in the 22000 block of Lafons. A 31 year old Huron resident was arrested for possession of illegal drugs.