WAKEFIELD – An Upper Peninsula man charged with felony home invasion has been extradited to Gogebic County, officials from the Michigan State Police Wakefield Post announced.
Sgt. Glenn Gauthier said troopers from the Wakefield Post investigated a break-in complaint on Nov. 10 in which guns, ammunition, electronics and jewelry were taken.
During the investigation, troopers were able to identify and determine the suspect was hiding in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
State police obtained a four-count felony warrant for the suspect, Anthony Michael Adams of Ramsay.
Further investigation by troopers, along with numerous Wisconsin and Minnesota police agencies, as well as the FBI, led to the arrest of Adams on Sunday by the Shakopee, Minn., City Police Department and he was lodged at Scott County Jail in Minnesota.
Adams, 31, was charged with two counts of felony first degree home invasion, one count of felony possession of firearms and one county of felony firearm.
Adams was extradited and then transported by troopers from the Wakefield Post to Gogebic County Jail, where he will remain lodged to face the charges.