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Police believe Detroit teen responsible for string of home invasions

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By Andrea Isom
FOX 2 News

DETROIT (WJBK) -- Police believe a 17-year-old is responsible for a string of home invasions on the city's east side.

Donte Browning was charged this week with four home invasions and police believe he may be responsible for as many as four others

Police say Browning was caught after he left a key piece of evidence at a crime scene. Since the case is still open, police won't release the blunder, but they're taking full advantage of it.

Police say help from neighbors also helped bring Browning to justice.

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