Novi resident Azor Roboam Horton, 25, has been arrested and charged in connection with nine vehicle break-ins near Nine Mile and Haggerty Roads, according to .
Police say Horton smashed the windows of the vehicles during the evening of Sept. 3 and stole eight GPS units.
Police say detectives recovered one of the GPS units at Horton’s home and found blood evidence matching what was left at several of the crime scenes.
Horton was arraigned Monday in front of Magistrate Andra Dudley of the in Novi and was held on a $5,000 cash bond. He has been charged with three counts of breaking and entering an auto and one count of larceny from auto.
Each count carries a penalty of up to five years in prison. Horton has no prior criminal history, according to police.
"This arrest is a true testament to the Novi Police Department’s vision statement — 'Partners with our Community,' " Novi Police Chief David Molloy said in a press release. "It takes the efforts of all to keep a community safe. And, with the relentless follow-up and commitment of our investigators, incidents such as these are charged and cleared."