Man faces 12 felony charges following alleged crime spree in Wyandotte
WYANDOTTE, Mich. A 33-year-old man is facing more than a dozen felony charges after an alleged crime spree that included two late-night break-ins and a chase in which he escaped police, according to authorities. Boyers alleged crime spree came to an end on Wednesday when he was spotted by police near a scrapyard. An officer shot a taser at Boyer through the passenger side window of the truck, striking him and bringing him down. Boyer is accused of climbing through the window of a Wyandotte home while a family slept on Saturday, according to police. After the home invasions, Boyer stole a car and led Wyandotte officers on a chase, police said.
Man charged with 12 felonies in suspected crime spree in Wyandotte
WYANDOTTE, Mich. Saturday, 33-year-old Dwyane Andrew Boyer stood in front of Judge Elizabeth Disanto inside the 27th District Court in Wyandotte. Those charges are 12 counts, including larceny, unlawful driving away in a motor vehicle, breaking and entering and several assaulting police officer charges. Local 4 first told you about Boyer after police said he went on a crime spree. Recently, police said Boyer climbed through the window of a Wyandotte home while the family inside was sleeping. He jumped into a dump truck and stole the truck, Hamilton said.