Breaking and entering at the Ramada Inn

MARQUETTE — Marquette Police responded to the Ramada Inn regarding a breaking and entering complaint on September 7, at approximately 11:15 p.m.

According to police, entry had appeared to have been gained through a first-floor exterior window.

Two iPads, a handgun and other miscellaneous items were reported stolen from the room.

On September 8, at 11:20 p.m. Marquette Police received information that the stolen items were possibly located at 1303 Lincoln Avenue in the City of Marquette.

The iPads and a portion of the other stolen items were located once Police obtained and executed a search warrant at 1303 Lincoln Avenue.

Because of further investigation, the stolen firearm was located and recovered in the 200 block of Sugarloaf Avenue in Marquette at 10:30 p.m. on September 9.

Three suspects have been charged by the Marquette County Prosecutor’s Office for their alleged involvement in this incident.

49-year-old Bernard Charles Duquette of Marquette has been charged with a 9-count warrant.

The charges include: Home invasion 2nd degree, 2 counts of receiving and concealing stolen firearm, possession of a stolen firearm by a felon, larceny of a firearm and 4 counts of felony firearm.

47-year-old Gail Lynn Duquette of Marquette was charged with receiving and concealing stolen property over $200.00 but under $1000.00.

24-year-old Jordan Joseph Beaudry of Marquette was charged with receiving and concealing stolen firearm.

This investigation is still ongoing.

The Marquette Police Department ask that anyone with information in regard to this case and the whereabouts of the remaining stolen property to call 906-228-0400.