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Son Of Lake Orion Police Chief Arrested

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Charged with lowest definition of home invasion of course.


Son of Lake Orion Police Chief arrested after breaking into Waterford house :lol:




The son of Lake Orion’s police chief is being charged with third-degree home invasion after forcing his way into a Waterford Township home.


Andrew John Narsh, who is the 22-year-old son of Lake Orion Police Chief Jerry Narsh, was arrested on allegations of breaking into the home of a Crescent Lake Inn waitress.


Narsh had been at the bar earlier that night.


He was arraigned Monday before Judge Richard Kuhn Jr. He was released from the Oakland County Jail on a $5,000 bond.


Waterford police were dispatched about 4:08 a.m. Sunday to the home in the 5000 block of Savoy. The report was for a person attempting to break into a residence.


The man was questioned and found to be “heavily intoxicated,” Waterford Police Chief Daniel McCaw said.


“I believe he broke into the wrong house,” he said.

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After failing to break into one house..He was successful at breaking into the other one, and is only charged with 3rd degree home invasion?


This is the hypocrisy that is running rampant in Michigan and Oakland County...


If you're politically connected in this state, or that county, you pretty much have carte blanche at criminal acts and will be protected from doing any serious jail time if any at all.


Even for the felonious act of home invasion while drunk...

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If the break-in was the home of a waitress at the bar he had been boozing at, his intent was not only to gain entry into the house, but a more criminal and sinister intent.


A person breaks into a dwelling not just to enter, but with intent to either steal or to hurt the person who occupies the dwelling. There is always an additional intent with B&E.


How did he even get to the location? Maybe there should be a drunk driving offense on him too, but probably not.


Chief dad will call in some favors and baby boy will walk. No lesson learned except by us who discover again that the law doesn't apply equally to everyone. Especially if dad is chief of police. Dad is the chief but son is a thief...or even worse if he had not been caught.


Will be interesting to see how this pans out. Bet baby boy does no time.

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