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Dearborn School Principal Charged in Back-to-Back Felony Home Invasion Cases

One incident allegedly involved his wife at an address where a court-ordered restraining order had been issued.

Fady Soueidan, 42, faces two felony charges of home invasion, according to Wayne County Court records. (Photo: Dearborn Police Department)
Fady Soueidan, 42, faces two felony charges of home invasion, according to Wayne County Court records. (Photo: Dearborn Police Department)

An assistant principal at Dearborn Public Schools has been charged with two counts of felony home invasion, one of them including allegations of stalking and domestic violence.

Fady Soueidan, 42, was arrested Tuesday on the incidents, which reportedly occurred a week apart, the Detroit Free Press reports. On Thursday morning, he remained in the Wayne County Jail on $100,000 bond.

The most recent case reportedly involved Soueidan’s wife at a home on Hampshire Court in Dearborn. A restraining order had been issued ordering him to stay away from the home, Lt. Patricia Penman of the Dearborn Police Department told the newspaper.

The other case was filed on March 17 and included allegations that he interfered with a crime report.

Soueidan, an assistant principal at McCollough-Unis School, an elementary and middle school, is on administrative leave, district spokesman Daniel Mustonen said. The charges do not involve any incidents at school, he said.

Soueidan will next appear in court at 9 a.m. April 4 for a preliminary exam on the charges of felony home invasion, punishable by up to 20 years in prison; felony stalking, punishable by up to five years in prison; felony larceny, punishable by up to four years in prison; and misdemeanor domestic violence, punishable by up to 93 days in jail.
The Truth Hurts March 28, 2014 at 07:24 AM
Now I see why he didn't know how to handle the kids who fought. He's a trouble maker himself.

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