Man charged in Ann Arbor home invasion
Courtesy of WCSO
The 27-year-old Pittsfield Township man who police say broke into an Ann Arbor apartment and stole jewelry was charged with second-degree home invasion at the Washtenaw County Jail Friday.
Adrian Scissum is accused of prying his way into an apartment in the 400 block of Kellogg Street Monday night. Police said jewelry was stolen from the apartment, where two 24-year-old women live.
“It was a substantial amount of jewelry,” Ann Arbor police Lt. Robert Pfannes said.
All of the items were recovered by detectives. Scissum was arrested Thursday in the 2200 block of Glencoe Hills Drive in Pittsfield Township. Ann Arbor police also recently arrested a juvenile in several other unrelated home invasions that took place this week.
Records show Scissum has a previous criminal history, including two convictions for second-degree home invasion, one plea of no contest to a charge of second-degree home invasion, two convictions for receiving and concealing stolen property and one conviction for malicious destruction of property.
During his arraignment, Scissum told Magistrate Thomas Truesdell he was currently on parole.
"I just got off a tether a week ago," he said.
Truesdell appointed Scissum an attorney and gave him a 10 percent of $10,000 bond, which Scissum will not be able to post because of his parole status. He remains in custody at the county jail.