GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, MI – Home surveillance cameras can be your best friend or they can cause a great deal of stress in life especially when your away from home and you can see what is happening in your house on your cellphone.
On October 2nd, 2019, at about 11:00pm, a trooper from the Michigan State Police (MSP) Cadillac Post was dispatched on a report of a man and woman being held at gunpoint in Green Lake Township.
Upon arrival at the home, the trooper came in contact with a man and woman who were standing outside of the house. The man was detained and the two were separated from each other. The trooper learned that the man, identified as 24-year-old Kevin Rennhack, of Interlochen, was away from his house when his home security system brought up live video of his girlfriend and another man kanoodling inside of his home. Needless to say that went over like a lead balloon with Rennhack. He immediately returned home to confront the two would be lovers.
When Kevin Rennhack got home he grabbed his shotgun and headed straight for the bedroom where his girlfriend and her paramour were getting friendly with each other. Once in the bedroom, Rennhack allegedly pointed the shotgun at the man and woman. Rennhack demanded to know what the mans name was and ordering them to not move.
The man and woman were held hostage for just a matter of minutes but it seemed like a life time.
Kevin Rennhack was arrested and lodged in the Grand Traverse County Jail. He has been charged with Unlawful Imprisonment. That charge carries a 15-year prison term and/or a $20,000 fine. He is also facing 2 counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Those charges carry a 4 year prison term and/or a $2,000 fine. And he is also facing Felony Firearms charges. That could put him behind bars for 2-years and he could have to forfeit his weapons.
Rennhack is being held in the Grand Traverse County Jail on a $10,000 bond.
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