The Grand Traverse County Prosecutor has issued warrants for the two suspects involved in the Shooters break-in who are currently behind bars in Genesee County.
Trevor Manning and Brandon Miller are each facing multiple charges in Grand Traverse County including breaking and entering with intent, weapons/firearms larceny, as well as weapons felony firearm. The charges were authorized on Sept. 2.
The Grand Traverse County Prosecutor is also filing additional charges for the Shooters suspects.
The two suspects are in the Genesee County Jail on three counts of receiving and concealing stolen firearm as well as one count of felony firearm.
Manning and Miller will both be in in the Genesee County courtroom on Monday.
The Grand Traverse County Prosecutor is determining a plan of action to get the two men back to Grand Traverse County.
The two suspects were arrests in Genesee County for the connection to several rifles and handguns that were stolen from Shooters Indoor Gun Range in Blair Township.
According to the Sheriff in Flint, the men were living in the Grand Traverse County area but were found at one of the men's grandmother's home in Davison Township.