GLADSTONE, MI — A 38-year-old Iron Mountain man was charged in connection with a break-in at the Bark River-Harris School in Gladstone on Jan. 11. According to WLUC-6, Michael Raymond Racicot was arraigned and released on bond for his role in the alleged break-in.
Racicot allegedly broke into the school by smashing a window to get into the main office of the school. Once he got inside, Racicot went through a desk where he found a small amount of money. He then took that money to a nearby casino and gambled with it.
Michigan State Police did not indicate when Racicot is due back in court.
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