NEW BOSTON, MI – Throughout May of 2016, The Huron Township Police Department conducted fourteen investigations of Home Invasions and Breaking and Entering’s in the Huron Estates Mobile Home Community.
On May 18th, 2016, The Huron Township Police Department arrested a suspect for two Home Invasions which occurred inside the Huron Estates Mobile Home Community. Nicholas Andrew Deno, 29-years-old, who is a resident of Huron Estates, was taken into custody.
Deno was arrested on May 18th following a Home Invasion in progress in the 22000 block of Dubois. Subsequent to that investigation, Deno was also charged with a second count of Home Invasion for an incident that occurred in the 22000 block of Duvalle on May 13, 2016. Both charges are felony charges that carry a 20-year prison sentence. Deno was arraigned on the charges and given a $25,000/10% bond on each charge. He is currently lodged in the Wayne County Jail.
“It was apparent by the number of Home Invasions that were occurring that many or all of them were related. Although Deno was only charged with two crimes at this point, we anticipate him to be charged in several more Home Invasions in the near future.” “Our Detective Bureau and Evidence Technicians did an outstanding job locating and arresting Mr. Deno before someone got injured or killed as he was entering their residence.” -Chief Robbins