Home Invasion Confession

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(Lt. William Wilson, Ferndale Police Department, Jan. 13, 2013)

On 01/10/13, Ferndale detectives arrested Anthony ONEAL, a 19 year old Detroit resident, for a Home Invasion that occurred on the 200 Block of Edgewood Place on November 1, 2012.

On November 1st, Officers responded to an audible house alarm. When they arrived, they found the home had been broken into through a rear window. Officers discovered that several items were stolen from the home (including an x-box, ipad, computer, television, and jewelry). The television was left in the back yard.

Officers recovered fingerprints from the scene and further investigation showed the prints were those of ONEAL.

sidebar02treesWhen he committed the Ferndale Home Invasion, ONEIL was on bond and awaiting sentencing for another home invasion he committed in Detroit; he was sentenced on the Detroit crime on November 6, 2012.

Detectives interviewed ONEAL after he met with his probation officer on 01/10/13. He confessed to the Home Invasion on Edgewood.

ONEIL was arraigned by Magistrate Brennan this afternoon and bond was set at $5000 cash/surety for the 15 year felony of Home Invasion 2nd degree.

Editor’s Notes:

To read about another home invasion story on Edgewood Place, go to http://oaklandcounty115.com/2012/10/19/shots-fired-on-edgewood-place-video/.

To read tips from the Ferndale Police Department about how to avoid theft from break in, go to http://oaklandcounty115.com/2013/01/03/avoiding-theft-from-break-ins-advice-from-the-ferndale-pd/.

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