Three suspects have been apprehended following an overnight home invasion on Stevens Creek Court.
Harrison Grant Lee, Dy'shon
Vadolle Taylor, and Michael
Vertron Smith are all suspected in the incident.
Lee is charged with armed robbery; possession of marijuana; possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime; and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Taylor is charged with armed robbery; burglary in the first degree; and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Smith is charged with armed robbery and burglary in the first degree.
Richmond County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating two home invasions that happened around the same time Tuesday night.
The break-ins happened at 1918 Roberson Road and 404 Stevens Creek Court around midnight. The locations are in different parts of town.
When investigators arrived to the scene on Roberson Road,they met with the victim and homeowner Ronnie Chastain. Chastain told investigators two white males, one armed with a silver in color handgun with white handle, kicked in the front door to his home.
The suspects demanded money from him and threatened to shoot him. The suspects did not get any money from the residence but did take some of the victim's prescription medication. The suspects were last seen running west on Roberson Road.
Both suspects are described as white males between the ages of 18 and 24. They are about 5'7" to 5'9" tall and weigh between 140-160 pounds. The two were wearing camouflaged jump suits and ski masks.
At this point there is very little information about the incident at 404 Stevens Creek Court.
FOX54 will continue to follow this story and release more on the investigation when investigators release the information to us.
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