A man has been charged in an untypical breaking and entering case that happened in Michigan over the weekend.

The property that was broken into was the former

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that closed in 2009.

"That's definitely an unusual call," said Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre. "Most of the time when we get called it's for someone trying to break out of prison, not break into the prison."

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This was the first time someone attempted to break into a building there over the past 15 years, and it comes at a time when the state has been making decisions on what to do with the property, one of the decisions being that the building won't be used as a prison again.

Police responded to an alarm that went off at the facility around 11:30pm Sunday. They allegedly found a glass door at the administration building was smashed and spotted 42-year-old Cody Bellamy of Prescott.

Investigators found several items in his 2015 Lexus, which was registered to the state of Oregon - some dozen states away.

"Believed to be stolen jewelry, as well as some cash, and burglary tools, and an unregistered firearm," McIntyre said.

Bellamy was arraigned on four charges, including possession of burglary tools. He remained in custody on Monday on a $100,000 bond.

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"His initial statements were that he just wanted to walk around and take a look," McIntyre said. "But in reality, when you are in possession of burglary tools and masks, that is not the case."

According to Michigan Department of Corrections spokesman Kyle Kaminski said an

"The State Legislature could now convey it to another state agency, which can then sell it or transfer it to another entity," Kaminski said.

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