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3 men accused of metro Detroit home invasions facing 32 felony charges

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Posted at 11:53 AM, Apr 18, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-18 13:30:21-04

Three men arrested for home invasions that targeted dozens of Asian metro Detroit business owners are now facing 32 felony counts.

Alban Mustafa, Andi Mustafa and Sotiraq Lako were arrested on Feb. 19; Alban and Andi were caught breaking into a home on Valentine's Day.

Police say the home invasions dated back to 2014. The cities included West Bloomfield Township, Novi, Farmington Hills, White Lake, Canton, Northville Township and Birmingham. 

Alban was charged with Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, Conspiracy to Commit Home Invasion, two counts of first-degree Home Invasion, four counts of second-degree Home Invasion, Receiving and Concealing Firearms, Stolen Property - Receiving and Concealing - $20,000 or more and two counts of Stolen Property - Receiving and Concealing - More than $1,000 and less than $20,000.

Andi was charged with Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, Conspiracy to Commit Home Invasion, two counts of first-degree Home Invasion, five counts of second-degree Home Invasion and Stolen Property - Receiving and Concealing - More than $1,000 and less than $20,000.

Lako was charged with Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, Conspiracy to Commit Home Invasion, two counts of first-degree Home Invasion and three counts of second-degree Home Invasion.