Dearborn Teens Face Charges in Cell Phone Store Break-in

Two 17-year-old Dearborn residents face a preliminary exam on Dec. 21 for their alleged involvement in a break-in at the All Wireless cell phone store.

Two Dearborn teenagers face charges stemming from an alleged break-in at the All Wireless cell phone store last week on the city’s east side, according to a statement from the Dearborn Police Department.

Mohamad Raychouni, a 17-year-old resident of Dearborn, was arraigned Dec. 9 on charges of breaking and entering-a building with intent and stolen property-receiving and concealing.

Ali Bazzi, also 17 of Dearborn, was arraigned on a charge of stolen property-receiving and concealing.

If convicted, the breaking and entering charge carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison, and the stolen property charge carries a penalty up to 5 years.

Raychouni and Bazzi are accused of breaking into the All Wireless store at approximately 1 a.m. on Dec. 7.

Dearborn police arrested the two teens west of the store. Police said the teens had stolen phones in their possession when they were arrested.

Raychouni and Bazzi are scheduled to have a preliminary exam at 19th District Court on Dec. 21.

Bebe December 17, 2012 at 07:18 PM
Knowing both of them especially raychouni, hes a good kid and he made one mistake that im surprised he even did, but they dont deserve 10 years in prison, they deserve to go get an education and move on, i think they learned there lesson by now.
Hass December 18, 2012 at 11:00 PM
God y'all some broke boys
Hussien Faraj December 21, 2012 at 10:00 PM
It doesn't matter. They did the crime. They will do the time. Nothing but trouble and have no futures ahead of them. Going to jail will teach them a lesson and put them on the right path
Sue Johnson January 19, 2013 at 12:19 AM
These kids did wrong but they don't deserve to have their youth ripped from them. If anything give them 10 years of community service, not prison. Create a youth group, do something. Most of all, may Allah be with them on their court date. I do not protect thieves and robbers and people who do haram, but when they do a petty crime at a young age, hard time is just unfair. Aside from that, these boys need a reality check, some role models in their Life or something
cheef keef January 19, 2013 at 03:01 AM
god yall some broke boys


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