Man Caught on Home Surveillance Camera Arraigned
A 29-year St. Clair Shores man caught on surveillance camera after he allegedly burglarized a home on Frazho Road has been arrested by police and was arraigned Monday in 40th District Court.
A St. Clair Shores man who police say was caught on surveillance camera searching through a Frazho Road home was arraigned Monday in 40th District Court.
James Marino, 29, was arraigned on a charge of home invasion, second degree, before 40th District Court Judge Mark Fratarcangeli.
St. Clair Shores police arrested Marino Saturday after receiving tips from Patch readers, and other media outlets, who viewed still images from the surveillance camera footage of the Feb. 19 robbery and were able to identify him.
The video from the home in the 20000 block of Frazho showed a man going through drawers and rummaging through the house, Detective Dennis Kozikowski said.
Police said Marino took jewelry and money. He is being held in the Macomb County Jail on $30,000 bond. He will be back in court March 5.