2 men accused of stealing GPS units, then breaking into homes

A Pittsfield Township police arrested two men they believe researchers are GPS systems for stealing cars throughout southeast Michigan, who is responsible and then use them to break into their homes.

Mainly for cinema and restaurant parking lots, the thieves would use the address in the GPS and the remote control to break into houses, said Troy Police Lt. Michael Lyczkowski today.

"They have been around," said Lyczkowski. "Probably almost every day, from Toledo to New Haven, in northern Macomb County. The fact that these guys were taking the GPS unit using the information stored in them, then burst into the house, which is pretty bold."

Christopher Cacicedo of Trenton and Phillip Trivett Rockwood, both 23, still in the Washtenaw County jail after their arrest on 25 November. The couple was charged 30th November through 14A-1 District Court in Ann Arbor, on charges of home invasion, burglary of a vehicle, burglary and possession of criminal tools.

Magistrate Margaret Currie September Cacicedo bond is $ 25,000 in cash and Trivett bond at $ 20,000. Neither a bond posted by 1 today

Troy police were able to describe the suspicious truck "CCTV to get a break from November 11 in Chuck E. Cheese, 740 exchanged, John R, home a burglary in Royal Oak are caused by the investigators. Police with information other agencies through the Michigan Intelligence Network Operations Center.

Using this information, Detroit police investigators of suspicious activity filed Trenton Police promise a young 23-year-old from Trenton, and a 23-year-old man from Rockwood. Together, the investigators from Trenton, Riverview, Troy, Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Township, and Sylvania, Ohio, - he had received reports of similar thefts - have begun to monitor suspects.

On 25 November, a witness reported a broken car in Pittsfield Township police, the neighbors, because it was the control of suspects. Officers arrested the couple accused of, according to the department.

When the officers searched the suspect's home in Trenton, they found a large quantity of stolen items, including articles stolen from the Oakland County.

Overall, the police believe the suspects could be used for the thefts in Berkeley, Clinton Township, responsible Commerce Township, Dearborn Heights, Grosse Pointe, Livonia, Monroe County, New Haven, Pittsfield Township, Riverview, Royal Oak, Southgate, Trenton, Troy, West Bloomfield, Wixom, Woodhaven, and Sylvania, Ohio.

 credit: freep.com

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