NEWBERRY - Four suspects were arrested in Luce County after they allegedly broke into a home and held an occupant at knifepoint Wednesday, said Michigan State Police from the Newberry Detachment.
Troopers were dispatched during the early morning hours to a residence on County Road 405, where the occupants reported several suspects wearing dark clothing broke into the home, according to a news release.
Prior to fleeing the scene, the suspects allegedly robbed the occupants of prescription drugs while holding a male at knifepoint causing minor injuries to the man, said troopers. Soon after investigating the incident, troopers developed several suspects.
Four persons were arrested in connection with the armed robbery and were arraigned in Luce County District Court on Thursday, said troopers.
Teresa Faye Kinney, 32, Markus Allen Kinney, 18, and Zachary Matthew Sturgeon, 21, all of Newberry, were charged with the following two counts: assault with intent to rob while armed, a felony which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison; and first-degree home invasion, a 20-year felony.
A juvenile was also arraigned as an adult in connection with the case and charged with the same two counts, court officials confirmed this morning, declining to release the suspect's name.