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Police chase larceny suspect

Cedar Springs Police arrested three men earlier this week  including one they had to chase down, in connection with thefts from cars and garages within the City of Cedar Springs.
The Post first reported the thefts in early November.  An observant neighbor called police when he noticed someone trying to break in to his neighbor’s garage at 3:08 a.m., November 7. Cedar Springs Officer Paul Feutz and a Rockford Police unit arrived in the area, and found some of the suspects fleeing, and detained some of them.


Daryl Magoon

The three arrested and charged are:
*Daryl John Magoon, 21 of Cedar Springs, was charged with larceny from a motor vehicle and as a habitual offender 2nd offence/notice. His bond was set at $5,000.00 cash/surety. When officers went to his Cedar Springs address to arrest him on January 8th, he fled through the home and exited out the back. Officers gave chase and apprehended him in the backyard. Magoon received an additional charge for resisting and opposing a police officer, a one-year high misdemeanor.  His bond was set at $2,500.00 for this new additional charge.


Robert Denslow

*Robert Charles Denslow, 21, of Cedar Springs, was already in jail on a probation violation. He was charged with larceny from a motor vehicle, a five year felony, and for being a habitual offender. Denslow’s bond was set at $5,000.00 cash/surety.


Daniel Enter

*James Daniel Enter, a 19-year-old from Sand Lake,  he was charged with one count of larceny from a vehicle, a five-year felony. He received a $2,000 10 percent bond.
The Cedar Springs Police Department has unclaimed property from this investigation.  They would like to identify the owners for a number of items, including an older laptop computer and a very nice hunting or target spotting scope.   Please call the police department at 696-1311 for more info.

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