GRAND RAPIDS—One person was still being sought Sunday for a series of home invasions in and around Kent County.
On Saturday afternoon, the Kent County Sheriff's Department announced that the Kent County Prosecutor's Office had issued felony warrants for Samuel Domonique Gonzales III, 23, who is being held in the Kent County Jail in Grand Rapids, and Daniel Shears, 32, who investigators continue searching for.
Gonzales was arrested Friday in the 900 block of Baldwin Avenue NE with assistance from the Grand Rapids Police Department.
Gonzales has been charged and Shears is being sought in connection with several home invasions throughout Kent and neighboring counties. Investigators have recovered miscellaneous property and are working to identify victims.
Kent County Sheriff Department's Major Case Team Det. Jason Richards told FOX 17 NEWS that the two are not linked to Friday night's home invasion where a couple was held at gunpoint in the 900 block of Elliott Street SE in Grand Rapids. Both suspects in that case escaped the scene and are being sought.
Shears is described as a Hispanic 32-year-old standing 6-feet-2, weighing 195 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.
Gonzales faces charges of second-degree home invasion and felon in possession of a firearm while Shears is wanted on charges of second-degree home invasion and receiving and concealing stolen property.
Anyone who may have information on the investigation involving Gonzales and Shears is being asked to contact the Kent County Sheriff's Department or Silent Observer. Anyone who may know the whereabouts of Daniel Shears is being asked to contact their local law enforcement agency, the Kent County Sheriff's Department or Silent Observer.