Detroit man charged with felony larceny of firearm, two counts of home … – Dearborn Press and Guide

A 21-year-old Detroit man has been charged with two counts of second-degree home invasion, felony firearm and a felony larceny of a firearm in connection to a string of home break-ins.

Rashaad Taylor will have a preliminary exam March 21 and is being held on a $10,000 bond after his March 8 arraignment.

Taylor is suspected of three home invasions — one on March 3 and two on March 7, according to police.

A home owner on the 1600 block of Linden St. told police that she discovered at about 8:45 a.m. March 3 that the rear door to her home had been forced open

The home owner reported her flat screen TV and computer tablet were missing, along with a few pieces of costume jewelry.

A neighbor to the homeowner said he observed a white Chevy Impala parked in the driveway earlier that morning. The driver was driven by a black male, according to a police press release.

With investigation and assistance from local businesses, detectives were able to recover some of the stolen property.

Two additional home invasions were reported March 7 in the same neighborhood on Snow Street. Jewelry, a computer and a handgun were reported stolen.

Dearborn Police Special Operations Unit began surveillance on Taylor and observed him with a computer matching the description and later confirmed to be the one taken from Snow Street.

Taylor was stopped and officers recovered the handgun and computer that was taken from Snow Street. Continued…

A 21-year-old Detroit man has been charged with two counts of second-degree home invasion, felony firearm and a felony larceny of a firearm in connection to a string of home break-ins.

Rashaad Taylor will have a preliminary exam March 21 and is being held on a $10,000 bond after his March 8 arraignment.

Taylor is suspected of three home invasions — one on March 3 and two on March 7, according to police.

A home owner on the 1600 block of Linden St. told police that she discovered at about 8:45 a.m. March 3 that the rear door to her home had been forced open

The home owner reported her flat screen TV and computer tablet were missing, along with a few pieces of costume jewelry.

A neighbor to the homeowner said he observed a white Chevy Impala parked in the driveway earlier that morning. The driver was driven by a black male, according to a police press release.

With investigation and assistance from local businesses, detectives were able to recover some of the stolen property.

Two additional home invasions were reported March 7 in the same neighborhood on Snow Street. Jewelry, a computer and a handgun were reported stolen.

Dearborn Police Special Operations Unit began surveillance on Taylor and observed him with a computer matching the description and later confirmed to be the one taken from Snow Street.

Taylor was stopped and officers recovered the handgun and computer that was taken from Snow Street.

“With the help from of our business community and residents we were able to quickly identify the suspect and make an arrest,” stated Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad, in a press release. “A dangerous career criminal cannot victimize the community any longer. See Something, Say Something. It works!”

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