Home invasion suspect arrested after car and foot chase
Thu, 19 Jan 2012 05:15:11 GMT —
The Monroe County Sheriffâ??s Office says they've apprehended a home invasion suspect.
Around 3 p.m., Wednesday afternoon, authorities were dispatched to the Inverness Mobile Home Community for a possible home invasion.
After arriving at the scene, officials learned that the suspect had fled the scene in a tan Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
A deputy quickly located the getaway car and attempted to stop the suspect who allegedly took off in the vehicle.
According to police, after a high-speed chase the suspect the parked the vehicle at Lewis Avenue and Smith Road and then fled on foot.
Using a K-9, authorities then tracked the suspect over a mile through subdivisions, wooded areas, and fields.
They eventually found the suspect hiding at the Rolled Alloys facility on Sterns Road.
The suspect is described as a 36-year-old Temperance man but his name will not be released until he's arraigned on Thursday.
The man has been charged with Home Invasion, Fleeing and Eluding, and Resisting Arrest.
If anyone has information on the case they are asked to contact Detective Velliquette at 734-240-7549 or Deputy Lestock at 734-240-7497.