Home invasion suspect is arrested

Oct. 24, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.

Plymouth Michigan News



A Detroit man has been arrested and charged in April 30 home invasion in Northville Township.

According to police reports, Deamo Lavaughn Lately, 31, of Detroit was arrested Oct. 9 following an investigation by Northville Township Police into a home invasion in which shots were fired and a resident assaulted. That incident took place in the area of Five Mile Road and Bradner, police said, and the home was most likely singled out as no other related incidents were reported in Northville Township.

Lately was arraigned on charges of armed robbery, carjacking, home invasion, unlawful imprisonment and firearms charges Oct. 11, at the 35th District Court before Judge Ronald Lowe. Lately was given a $1 million cash bond and remanded to the Wayne County Jail. His next appearance at the 35th District Court was scheduled for Oct. 20.

“The Northville Township Police Department treats these types of incidents seriously and investigates them fully, gathering the evidence, facts and circumstances surrounding the incident,” according to a prepared statement.

“The Northville Township Police would like to thank our local, state and federal law enforcement partners who helped to bring about the arrest of Lately.

“Citizens are the eyes and ears of the community and are reminded to report anything out of place in the community to the police immediately,” the statement concluded.


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