Drunk teen accused of breaking into ex-cop’s home

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GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WTVR) – A 19-year-old Michigan man is charged with first-degree home invasion after he broke into the home of a former police officer, according to a report on Fox17Online.com.

“I saw him inside my car and I dropped my phone and grabbed him and we kind of tumbled through this area [the garage] and then ended out in my driveway,” former police officer Tim Guikema said about the late-night visitor.

Guikema held the teen suspect until Ottawa County (Mich.) Sheriff’s deputies arrived.

Brady Veltman

The teen had a blood alcohol level of .13, according to according to the sheriff’s department. In addition to the home invasion charge, Veltman is charged with minor in possession of alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Source: Fox17Online.com


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