NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - A Norton Shores 14-year-old found driving a stolen car is suspected of being involved in at least seven break-ins since August.
Around 3 a.m. Wednesday, the Norton Shores Police Department was notified that a 14-year-old had been detained by Muskegon police. The teen had been driving a car stolen from a Norton Shores home, police found.
Another vehicle from the same garage as the stolen car had also been entered. It's unclear whether anything in that car was stolen.
Norton Shores police interviewed the teen and his parents. They determined the teen was involved in several break-ins at Norton Shores businesses and homes since late August:
- Aug. 29 - Break-in at Grand Valley State University radio station. Windows were smashed.
- Sept. 3 - Second break-in at GVSU radio station. Electrical wire and tools were stolen and gasoline was poured around the building.
- Sept. 12 - Break-in of locked garage of residence in the 500 block of Tournament Circle. A case of pop was stolen.
- Sept. 15 - Break-in at Oakridge Golf Club. Golfing equipment stolen. Windows and doors were damaged.
- Sept. 25 - Second break-in at Oakridge Golf Club. Minor items were stolen, computers tampered with, and there was other vandalization.
- Sept. 26 - Break-in of locked garage in 800 block of Ashlee Court. A vehicle was entered and money, cigarettes and alcohol was taken.
NSPD is working to recover the stolen property .
It is also working to see if the teen was involved in other recent cases, including bicycle larcenies.
The teen has been lodged at the Youth Home for the time being. It's not yet known what, if any, charges he will face.
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