Canton Police arrested two men on charges of armed robbery and home invasion, following an incident on Saturday, according to a press release.
The men, with their faces partially covered, forced their way into an apartment. One of the men had a weapon and struggled with the resident, while the other man stole property from the apartment. Both men fled the scene, driving away in a car, police said.
Aaron Nathaniel Bourdreaux-Brown, 21, and Justin Deontae Echols, 19, both of Detroit, were identified later and arrested by Canton Police and the Michigan State Police. Both were arraigned at the 35th District Court on Tuesday.
Bourdreaux-Brown and Echols both face charges of armed robbery, a life or any term of years felony; first-degree home invasion, a 20-year felony; a count of unarmed robbery, a 15-year felony and a count of larceny in a building, a four-year felony.
Judge James Plakas set bond for both defendants at $500,000. A preliminary exam is set for July 5 at the 35th District Court in Plymouth.