Teens Arraigned on Larceny Charges
The following information was supplied by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office Highland Substation. Arrests and charges do not indicate convictions.
Ross Austin Dimercurio, 18, of Highland and Devin Bradley Newell, 18, of Milford were arraigned Friday on a total of 20 felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from larcenies in both Highland and White Lake.
Dimercurio has 11 charges ranging from larceny of a firearm, to felong larceny from vehicle. Newell has nine charges including possession of a controlled substance and felony breaking and entering of a vehicle with intent.
Each was given a $50,000 cash bond and both remain in Oakland County Jail.
The pair were arrested by Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies in Highland last week after an investigation led deputies to the suspects homes.
They were arrested in the parking lot of a local pawn store. Det. Jim Bowie said they were at the store to pawn a large number of power tools that were taken from one of the unlocked vehicles hit the night before.
A number of items were recovered from the homes of the teens, including a gun that was reported missing, and a variety of cell phones, prescription pills and electronics.
Livingston County Sheriff's announced their own charges against Dimercurio on Wednesday. He was charged with one count of Second Degree Home Invasion, two counts of Breaking and Entering, less than $200, and two counts of Larceny from Motor Vehicle, less than $200 in addition to all of the Oakland County charges.