Minnesota law enforcement officials will extradite a Des Moines, Iowa, man to Madison to face burglary and theft charges.
The Madison Police Department reported that authorities will transport Michael Graham of Des Moines to Lake County to face charges associated with April break-ins on the Dakota State University campus.
Sgt. Justin Meyer of the Madison Police announced that Graham is currently charged with third-degree burglary and grand theft.
On May 6, the police department in Moorhead, Minn., responded to a report of a suspicious person on campus. The Moorhead police later identified their suspect as Graham.
Madison police were contacted and advised that Graham was believed to be the same individual responsible for a burglary incident on the DSU campus. Graham is suspected of involvement in April 15 break-ins at several DSU buildings in which property was reported as missing.
Madison police officers had reviewed video recorded on campus during the break-ins and released a bulletin to detain Graham. The Lake County State's Attorney's Office issued warrants for Graham in connection to the DSU burglary.
After the Moorhead incident, Graham was taken into custody by the police department in Lake City, Minn. He has waived extradition.