2 Habitual Offenders Arrested Again in Mason County for Theft of Camper

GRANT TOWNSHIP, MI – On Thursday, 02/13/2020, Detectives with the Mason County Sheriff’s Office obtained felony arrest warrants for two subjects related to an August 2019 theft of a camper trailer from a business in the 10000 block of N. US31, in Mason County’s Grant Township.

David Gene Newman, 47-years-old, of Grand Haven, and Jeromy Richard Sobers, 43-years-old, of Mason County, have both been arrested on those warrants. Both warrants charge Felony Larceny over $1,000 but less than $20,000 and both also have a habitual offender 4 th offense notices.

Newman also had five (5) outstanding FTA-Show Cause warrants out of Mason County.

The complaint originated on 08/26/2019 and involved the theft of a 2019 26’ Cherokee Travel Coach camper trailer, valued at over $18,000, reportedly stolen off the lot of a travel trailer business in Grant Township. Officers with the Muskegon Township Police Department recovered the trailer on 09/10/2019 and turned it over to the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

Jeromy Sobers was arrested Thursday while David Newman was arrested by Ottawa County Deputies Saturday. Sobers is free on bond while Newman remains lodged in the Mason County Jail on a $7,500/10% bond.

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