Left: Devin Cannon; Right: Kyle Rhodes (Photos: Macomb County Sheriffs Office)

Pair Of Macomb County Men Charged With Breaking Into Cars, Stealing Items

There are 14 total felony charges between the two men.

January 21, 2019 - 6:51 pm
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HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WWJ) -- A pair of men have been charged with several felonies each after the allegedly broke into several vehicles and stole items from inside them last week.

Officials with the Macomb County Sheriff's Office say around 5:45 a.m. on Jan. 17, Deputies were called to the area of Cottrell (_) and Jefferson Avenue on the report of a suspicious person who was walking through yards and looking into vehicles with a flashlight. The person then got into a vehicle and left.

Deputies were able to locate the vehicle as it pulled into a residential driveway in the area.

Officials say a black male, 27-year-old Devin Cannon, out of Shelby Township, exited the driver’s door and entered the back yard of the residence. A second black male, Kyle Rhodes, 22, out of Clinton Township was located lying down on the passenger seat of the vehicle. The homeowner did not know the males and was not expecting anyone.

A flashlight, gloves, two handguns, a rifle magazine, a wallet, pill bottles, and credit cards/identification that did not belong to the males were located in the vehicle. Several breaking and entering motor vehicle reports were taken in the area.

Both firearms, the wallet containing a driver’s license and credit card, and the prescription medications were all stolen out of various vehicles in the area within the last several hours.

A Macomb County Sheriff’s Office K-9 arrived on scene and was able to track Cannon several streets over. Cannon refused to obey deputies’ commands and resisted arrest.

Both males were taken into custody and lodged at the Macomb County Jail.

Both suspects are facing four felony weapons charges, including possession of firearms by a felon, as well as one count of Conspiracy to Commit Breaking & Entering – A Vehicle to Steal Property $1,000.00 or More but Less Than $20,000.00 (Felony).

Additionally, Cannon is facing two controlled substance charges, one count of Financial Transaction Device – Stealing/Retaining Without Consent (Felony) and one count of resisting arrest.

Cannon and Rhodes were arraigned in the 41-B District Court of Clinton Township on 1/18/19. Both males received a $25,000 bond and are scheduled to return to the 41-B District Court of Clinton Township on 1/30/19 at 8:30am for a probable cause conference. XXX