Home invasion suspect arrested | News
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - Grand Rapids Police have one man in custody who may be linked to several home invasions and robberies in the area.
The man was arrested at a home on Page NE just before noon Friday. The neighborhood has experienced several robberies of late.
GRPD Captain Peter McWatters could not say if the man arrested this morning was responsible for recent rash of breaking and entering incidents on city's northeast side over the past month.
In those cases, police say, the b and e's occur between 9 AM and noon, with the suspect's kicking in doors.
That's what happened to Adrienne Dyke's home this morning. She lives just down the street from where the suspect surrendered.
She credits watchful neighbors and a quick police response for the apprehension of the suspect.
Hear from her tonight at 6 on WZZM 13 news, and from other neighbors working to improve the neighborhood.
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - Police have a house surrounded on Grand Rapids NE side where a suspect in a home invasion may be hiding.
Police are around the house in the 300 block of Page NE, near Lafayette.
Police believe the suspect is hiding in the attic, but he has not acknowledged the police presence.
WZZM 13's Peter Ross reports that he has seen one person being taken into custody by police.
We have a crew on the way and we'll have more details when they become available.
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