A Marquette County man is going back to court next week, charged with a well-publicized string of camp break-ins in Powell Township.
54-year-old Robert Maki of Palmer has a preliminary exam on December 5th.
He’s charged with 6 counts of 2nd-degree home invasion and 2 counts of firearm possession by a felon.
The break-ins all happened inside the gates of the Huron Mountain Club.
The county sheriff’s office says the break-ins stretched from late September to late October.
More than 20 guns, a flat-screen TV and construction tools have been recovered in the case.
Police believe Maki stole all those things and more.
He’s being held on $28,000 bond.
Maki has been in jail since Halloween, when he was arrested for violating his probation.