Teens Arrested for Stealing Cooler Full of Beer From Rochester Hills Garage
The reported home invasion happened Friday morning near Adams High School, sheriff's deputies say.
Two teenagers were arrested and charged with home invasion on Friday after being caught stealing a cooler of beer and other items from a Rochester Hills garage and from several cars parked nearby.
Kevin Campbell, 18, of Oakland Township, and Kyle Petrosky, 18, of Rochester Hills were arraigned Friday before 52-3 District Court Judge Lisa Asadoorian. Home invasion is a 20-year felony. They are lodged in the Oakland County Jail on $50,000 bonds.
Earlier Friday morning, deputies from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office received a report of two men attempting to break into cars in a neighborhood west of Adams High School near Tienken and Adams roads, according to a sheriff's report.
Deputies arrived at the scene about 3 a.m. and searched the area; they found one of the men carrying a gym bag that contained some of the items reported stolen, the report stated. The deputies used a K-9 unit to track the second man to where he was hiding nearby, according to the report.
According to Detective Ray White from the sheriff's office, the duo had checked about 20 vehicles in the area and entered several of them. Campbell reportedly acted as a lookout while Petrosky went inside a garage, where he stole a cooler full of beer and some items from inside a car parked inside the garage, White said.
White said both men acknowledged their roles in the thefts.
In 2011, Campbell pled guilty to another larceny and was placed on probation.