Arson charges filed against Coast Guard suspect

Posted at 7:54 PM, Feb 11, 2015

OCEANA COUNTY, Mich. — The man accused of breaking into the Coast Guard headquarters in Grand Haven and assaulting personnel Jan. 8, 2015, was arraigned Wednesday at the Ottawa County Jail.

Matthew Krueger, 33, will be charged with first degree arson, second-degree arson, preparation to burn property valued to $20,000 or more and preparation to burn insured, according to the Oceana County Prosecutor’s Office.

Krueger faces up to life in prison and is held at a $100,000 bond after being arraigned

His next appearance in court on the most recent charges is six days from now.

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