Two suspects involved in an early Sunday morning home invasion in Sanilac County, Michigan were arraigned on Tuesday, Nov. 21. A story about the arraignment was posted on WNEM.com.
The incident occurred this past Sunday morning on Nov. 19. At around 5:00 am, the two arraigned suspects, Preston Jack and Stephen Shimmel, broke into a house in Greenleaf Township, Michigan. The house is in the 4300 block of Holbrook Road.
The homeowner had called 911 to say that three men had broken into his home. The men had also shot him in the leg. The victim returned fire killing one of the suspects. Shimmel and Jack fled the scene.
Upon arriving, police found a vehicle that had been left in a ditch. The ditch was at Holbrook Rd. and South Germania Rd. Police found a deceased male in the car. The male had died from an apparent gunshot wound. The car had been stolen from around Flint, Michigan in October.
On Tuesday, 48-year-old Stephen Shimmel and 30-year-old Preston Jack were charged with conspiracy to commit assault with intent to murder, assault with intent to murder, armed robbery resulting in serious injury, and two counts of assault with attempt to rob while armed.
Jack and Shimmel are being held in the Sanilac County Jail without bond.
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