Farmington Hills Teen Among Men Charged for Burglaries in Livonia
Timothy John McPharlin faces more than a dozen felony charges.
Timothy John McPharlin, 17, of Farmington Hills is among a group of three men who were charged with several felonies this week in connection with break-ins at seven Livonia businesses, according to an article in the Observer & Eccentric.
McPharlin was arraigned on one count of breaking and entering, larceny of a firearm, larceny from a building and felony firearm in connection with a burglary that occured at Shooters Service, 29502 W. Six Mile, on Feb. 22, according to the article.
Tyler Whitehair, 20, of Livonia, and Timothy Long, 17, of Livonia, face 13 charges in connection with the robbery that night, the article says.
The men also face a slew of other felony charges in connection with several other burglaries in Livonia that occured around the same time, according to the article.
The three are expected to appear in 16th District Court again this week.