Three women, including two Detroit police officers, have been charged in connection to a home invasion in Roseville, Michigan (metro Detroit). The prosecution alleges that officers Brianna Cabano and Dayna Sears, alongside another woman – Collen Compton, went to the home of another officer and forced entry into his residence. The three women then allegedly ransacked the home and stole some of his property.
Cabano, 29, of Auburn Hills, and Compton, 29, of Warren, were each charged with second-degree home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, malicious destruction of property between $1,000-$20,000, and larceny in a building. Dayna Sears, aged 21 of Southfield, was charged with second-degree home invasion, malicious destruction of property between $1,000 and $20,000, larceny in a building, and accessory after the fact to a felony. All of the parties involved in the alleged crime were given a $5,000 bond.
A motive for the alleged home invasion is not clear, although some suspect that this was a domestic-related situation. The two female officers have been suspended with pay, although there is currently a push to have them suspended without pay.
Female Detroit cops charged in ransacking, invasion of officer’s home
3 women, including 2 Detroit police officers, face charges for alleged home invasion – YouTube
2 women charged in Roseville home invasion were Detroit police officers, prosecutors say – YouTube