A Chatsworth man faces felony charges related to a home invasion that left two people injured in Livingston County.
27-year-old Michael Measaw is accused of breaking into a home in Chatsworth Wednesday night. He’s jailed on charges of home invasion, residential burglary and armed robbery.
Livingston County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of two masked suspects armed with a knife at the home. Sheriff Tony Childress said property was taken during the incident that injured two people inside.
The sheriff said a second suspect remained at large Thursday.
There was no word on how serious the injuries were to the two victims.
Measaw was held in lieu of $20,000 bond. If convicted, he faces six to 30 years in prison.