(HURON COUNTY) -- Authorities arrested two suspects Thursday afternoon in Huron County following several break-in's. Sheriff Kelly Hanson says a concerned citizen reported suspicious activity at a home on Stein Road in Oliver Township. The resident noticed two younger men entering the home just before 3 p.m. when no one was home. Authorities responded to find the pair flee from the home and attempt to run through a field. Stolen property was recovered from an 18-year old man from Ohio and a 15-year old Bay Port boy. The Ohio resident, Devin Anderson, was arrested and arraigned on a 10-year felony charge of breaking and entering with intent. He remains jailed on a $25,000 cash bond. The teen boy was turned over to his parents. Further investigation revealed that both boys had been involved in other break-in's in Winsor Township and Pigeon earlier in the week. Items such as gas, alcohol, a small refrigerator and hunting supplies had been stolen. Additional charges are expected as the pair is suspected in several residential and car break-in's in the Gagetown area in Tuscola County.
Huron County Sheriff's deputies have also been working with Gagetown Police and Michigan State Police on several break-in's that took place between October 16 and 20 in Brookfield and Grant Townships. Approximately $2,700 in cash, $10,000 worth of jewelry, and about $1,000 in other miscellaneous items were stolen. Four suspects were identified. A search warrant served in Gagetown Monday recovered some of the money and property. Warrant requests have been submitted to the Huron County Prosecutor.