Man charged in Wyoming arsons, carjackings
WYOMING, Mich. – The man accused of a string of possible arsons and auto thefts Tuesday morning in Wyoming has been officially charged.
Casey Marvin, 34, is charged on seven counts, including three counts of arson, home invasion, carjacking and fleeing from police. He is being held on a bond of $1 million. Marvin pleaded with the judge to lower the bond, but was denied.
Marvin allegedly started the day with setting a fire that destroyed GS Fireworks on 44th Street. He was later found jumping from the balcony of an apartment building nearby, where another fire had been set. He then allegedly stole a vehicle. Later, he allegedly tried to get into two homes on Oriole SW, stole another car, and led police on a chase that ended at 36th and Burlingame SW.