By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor In Chief
Residents of Huron Township can now get a glimpse of the alleged suspects who have been involved in some of the high profile home invasions that have taken place over the past few weeks in the township.
Douglas Lavassaur and Kari Clayton will face charges in relation to the simultaneous home invasions that occurred in August on Sterling Street and on Waltz Road, while Bud Bryant Jr. will face charges related to the Sibley Road home invasion, as well as a burglary from June.
Clayton was initially arrested out of Southwest Detroit on Aug. 28 for her involvement in the simultaneous burglaries. Clayton is charged with home invasion first degree which is a 20 year felony.
Clayton is also charged with possession of cocaine, a four year felony, as well as receiving and concealing stolen property, a five year felony.
On Sept. 6, Bud Bryant Jr. and Douglass Lavassaur were arrested out of Southwest Detroit following an investigation that involved Huron TWP Police, the Western Wayne Task Force and the Detroit Police Department’s Fourth Precinct Special Operations Unit.
Bryant will be brought up on two home invasion second degree charges, both 15 year felonies, for the incident on Sibley Road on Sept. 4, as well as a second burglary from June 2, which took place on Pennsylvania Road.
Bryant will also face charges for being a habitual offender, fourth offense notice.
Lavassaur, who is the father of Clayton, will face home invasion first degree charges, a 20 year felony, for the simultaneous incidents on Aug. 28.
Lavassaur will also face receiving and concealing stolen property charges, a five year felony, as well as a habitual offender fourth offense notice.
All three suspects were arraigned in the 34th district court this morning and received $200,000 bonds, according to the Huron Township Police Department.