Two teens charged in thefts that led to lockdown

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Two teens are facing charges after a string of break-ins that resulted in a lockdown at Climax-Scotts High School.

Tyler Zelichowski, 17, is being charged as adult with a misdemeanor offense of Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle.  He was arraigned Monday and released to his parents on a $500 bond.  He has been given a 10:00pm curfew.

The other suspect is a juvenile who lives in Calhoun County, so he has been transferred to the Calhoun County Family Court.  He could be charged as an adult for Larceny of a Firearm.

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