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Teens face charges after attempted break-in

Teens face charges after attempted break-in
Kyle Adam Norvell

Kyle Adam Norvell

The names of two older teens have been released in the attempted break-in at the Cedar Springs Public Schools Hilltop Administration building early Wednesday morning, March 23.

According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, they responded to the call at 3:22 a.m. of several suspects trying to break in to Hilltop. A witness reportedly scared off four suspects. It was initially reported that they could be armed with weapons, but detectives weren’t able to verify that any weapons were used.

Alexandr Ivan Rohloff

Alexandr Ivan Rohloff

After an intensive search by the deputies on scene, two white males were taken into custody for questioning.

The two suspects admitted to breaking into at least two homes and at least six motor vehicles over the past month. During the interview, the remaining two suspects were identified. One was located in the Cedar Springs area and taken into custody for questioning. This suspect also confirmed the break-ins.

Arrested was Alexandr Ivan Rohloff, 17, of Cedar Springs, and Kyle Adam Norvell, 19, of Grant. A male juvenile was also arrested.

Both Rohloff and the juvenile were charged with two counts of home invasion, and one count of resisting and obstructing a police officer. Norvell was charged with one count of resisting and obstructing a police officer, and a probation violation.

Rohloff’s bail was set at $50,000 cash/surety on each home invasion charge, and $10,000 cash/surety on the resisting and obstructing.

Norvell’s bail was set at $5,000, 10 percent.

Police have not yet apprehended the fourth suspect. The investigation is still open.

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