Adrian man arrested for allegedly breaking into M2 Bravo Tactical and Hobby

SAGO – An Upshur County man was arrested Saturday for allegedly breaking into an outdoors and sporting goods store in Sago and removing several items from the business.

Bradley Adam Bonner, 28, of Adrian, was arrested for breaking and entering, a felony, stemming from an incident that allegedly occurred June 27.

According to the criminal complaint in the Upshur County Magistrate Clerk’s Office filed by investigating officer Cpl. Theron Caynor with the Upshur County Sheriff’s Department, Bonner and two other unidentified suspects allegedly broke into and entered M2 Bravo Tactical and Hobby store, located at 1107 Bill Gross Road on June 27.

“The defendants are seen on security video entering into the business,” Caynor wrote in the complaint.

The security camera footage shows Bonner allegedly rummaging through the contents of the store prior to carrying items out of the building, the file states.

Caynor noted he and Deputy Tyler Chidester were able to identify Bonner in the video because they had “prior knowledge” of him.

Magistrate Juanita Adams set bond at $25,000 — $12,500 personal recognizance and $12,500 cash/surety – plus a $12 bonding let fee.

The penalty for a conviction of breaking and entering is confinement in the state penitentiary for not less than one nor more than 10 years.

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