A Hillsdale man is headed to prison on felony weapons and burglary charges stemming from a standoff with police earlier this year.
35 year-old Michael Lyon appeared in Hillsdale County CIrcuit Court, Monday.
He was sentenced to 29 to 60 months in prison on one count each of possession of a dangerous weapon, home invasion and larceny
Additional charges were dismissed in exchange for his guilty plea.
Lyon was arrested in mid-January, at a home in Cambria Township.
Authorities said he barricaded himself inside the home and refused to come out; At the time police were executing a warrant for his arrest in connection with the thefts of a number firearms that occurred in 2021.
Lyon eventually surrendered to police and was taken into custody.
Two pipe bombs were found inside the home during a search.
Along with the prison term, Lyon was ordered to pay $198 in fines and court costs.