Waterford Township police apprehended three of the five suspects allegedly involved in the Nov. 13 breaking and entering incident at the Mega Pawn Guns and More shop, located at 4415 Dixie Hwy.
Police attributed the Tuesday, Nov. 20 arrests to the public’s help. The suspects — Lejajuan Hunt, 22; Tyree Mosley, 21; and Kejon Fuller, 17 — are all residents of Pontiac.
According to police reports, a 911 call came in after a concerned citizen observed two people wearing dark clothing fleeing from a business. Arriving officers found that a red Jeep Cherokee had crashed through the front wall of the building.
A review of video surveillance systems at Mega Pawn and surrounding businesses revealed a full-size red Dodge pickup truck meet with the Jeep in a neighboring business parking lot.
Three suspects got out of the pickup and jumped into the Jeep. Then all five suspects drove to the back of Mega Pawn, where they unsuccessfully attempted to gain entry through the back of the business. Minutes later, the red Jeep drove through the front wall of the business. A pair of the suspects then entered the store and stole several long guns.
Hunt, Mosely and Fuller have been arraigned in 51st District Court in Waterford and lodged at the Oakland County Jail on conspiracy to commit a breaking and entering; larceny of a firearm; breaking and entering; and two counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Bond was set at $150,000 cash for Hunt and Fuller, and $250,000 cash for Mosley.
Two more suspects are still at large. However, a fourth suspect has been identified as a 20-year-old Pontiac man.
Waterford Police Chief Daniel T. McCaw is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the suspects still at large. Anyone with information can contact 248-618-7515 or the Waterford Police Tip Line at 248-674-COPS (2677).