Paul Shulgon

Paul Shulgon is charged with home invasion in the second-degree, two counts of felony firearm, weapon-firearm larceny, and larceny in a building.

A 43-year-old man from Columbiaville was arrested on Thursday, Jan. 17 on suspicion of burglary.

Lapeer County Sheriff Deputies were called to a home on Bronson Lake Road in Oregon Township arresting a man in the process of burglarizing the residence, later identified as Paul Shulgon.

A relative of the property owner spotted an unrecognized vehicle in the driveway and reported seeing an unknown person inside the home.

Shulgon has no known connection to the residence, which was vacant at the time.

Deputies discovered he had also taken property from the home.

Shulgon was charged with home invasion in the second degree, two counts of felony firearm, weapon-firearm larceny, and larceny in a building with his bond set at $500,000.

He is due back in court on Friday, Jan. 25.

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