A Muskegon man is under arrest after bringing his son along for break-ins at a pair of Muskegon County businesses.
Fruitport Township police say Steven Brady was stealing small amounts of cash to support a drug habit. They say his eight-year-old was just along for the ride.
Officers nabbed Brady as he and the boy walked out of a greenhouse Saturday night. His son isn't considered an accomplice.
Brady is charged as a fourth-time habitual offender. He was arraigned earlier this week on charges of breaking and entering, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Detectives say Brady has admitted breaking into an ice cream store last Friday and the same greenhouse twice. His preliminary examination is scheduled for Monday.
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