Pontiac man arraigned in 3 Auburn Hills home invasions

Holly Fournier

A Pontiac man was arraigned this weekend on a trio of home invasion charges stemming from incidents in an Auburn Hills neighborhood, according to police.

Kevin Zachary Croskey, 18, was arraigned Saturday on three counts second- degree home invasion, felonies punishable by 15 years in prison each and/or $3,000 fines. The hearing was held in Pontiac’s 6th Circuit Court before Magistrate Andra V. Richardson, who set bond at $100,000.

He was arrested Thursday with a “large amount” of stolen property in his possession, according to police.

A not guilty plea was entered on the defendant’s behalf at his arraignment. He is due back in court Nov. 8 for a probable cause conference before 52/3rd District Court before Judge Julie Nicolson. Croskey remained in the Oakland County Jail Monday.

He was arrested Thursday on suspicion of committing three home invasions in the Bloomfield Orchards subdivision, located near South Boulevard and Opdyke. The crimes occurred between Oct. 20 and Oct. 24, police said.

Officials also did not detail the circumstances of Croskey’s arrest. A representative with the police department did not immediately return calls for comment.


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