Arrests Made in Violent Northville Robbery and Assault Case

Northville, MI – Two suspects have been apprehended in connection with a violent armed robbery and sexual assault that took place in January in Northville Township. Javon Bryant Anderson, 29, who hails from Detroit, is facing 26 felony charges, including first-degree criminal sexual conduct, armed robbery, kidnapping, home invasion, assault, felon in possession of a firearm, assault with a dangerous weapon, and felony firearm offenses. He is currently being held on a $500,000 bond, with his next court appearance scheduled for February 16. Another suspect has also been taken into custody and faces federal weapons charges, although their identity has not been disclosed by the police.

The incident occurred on January 20th at a home in Northville Township, where a man was assaulted, and a woman was subjected to sexual assault. The attackers allegedly lured the man out of the house and proceeded to assault him before forcing him back inside at gunpoint. One of the suspects then sexually assaulted the woman while the other held the man and a 1-year-old child at gunpoint. Following an investigation, the suspects were identified and arrested after a search of homes in Detroit and Taylor on February 5th.

The charges against Anderson and the other suspect shed light on the violent nature of the crime, with the authorities emphasizing the severity of the offenses. The swift apprehension of the suspects demonstrates the commitment of law enforcement to pursue justice in such cases. The heinous nature of the crimes committed underscores the importance of swift and thorough police work in bringing perpetrators to justice and ensuring the safety of the community. The courageous survivors of the assault deserve our support and the assurance that their attackers will face the full extent of the law.

The arrests in connection with this brutal crime serve as a reminder of the importance of community cooperation and the tireless efforts of law enforcement agencies in ensuring the safety and security of the public. As the case progresses through the legal system, it is imperative that the survivors are provided with the necessary support and that justice is served for the trauma they have endured. The Northville community stands in solidarity with the survivors and is unwavering in its commitment to upholding safety and justice for all.