Man who broke into Ray’s arraigned

August 30, 2013

LUDINGTON — Klaus Robert Reimann, 59, 807 E. Ludington Ave., has been charged with malicious destruction of a building in relation to an incident last week at Ray’s Auto-Marine. In the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 22, Reimann was found hanging out of a window at the business located at 801 S. Washington Ave.

He was transported to Memorial Medical Center by ambulance where he remained until his arraignment Thursday.

Reimann apparently had broken into the building and was attempted to exit when he got caught in a window. A charter boat captain discovered him. Ludington Police Capt. Mike Harrie said police do not believe his motive was to steal anything.

“We believe it was a combination of medical conditions and alcohol,” Harrie told MCP. “He was delusional and disoriented and he didn’t know where he was. We have seen this behavior in this person before.”

Reimann is scheduled to appear in 79th District Court at 11:15 a.m. Sept. 11 for a preliminary examination. Until then, bond has been set at 10% deposit of $3,500. He also must take daily portable breathalyzer tests for alcohol at the Mason County Jail between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m.

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