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April 18, 2014

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Man Returns To Home; Robbery, Assault Ensue

Originally published: 2012-10-08 10:40:44
Last modified: 2012-10-08 10:43:45



A robbery and aggravated assault occurred on Sunday, Oct. 7, on Old Cemetery Roard.

Sheriff's Deputy Robert Mathes said in a report that a man, 33, of Biddle Street, arrived at the residence and stayed for about 45 minutes before leaving to allegedly purchase cigarettes.

The man returned 15 minutes later followed by two men, who reportedly pushed him to the floor and entered the residence.

The first man had a revolver. The other man reportedly had brass knuckles.

Both men were wearing handkerchiefs around their faces, according to the report.

The first man gave the revolver to the second man, who hit one of the three victims over the head.

According to the report, the men removed one of the female victims' clothes and threw her on the bed. The men then took the victims' wallets and ordered the victims to remain in the bedroom until they left.

A number of items were stolen from the three victims including power tools and batteries valued at $949; a wallet and identification; $886 in cash; jewelry, with a total value of $1,655; an Android cell phone; and a phone card, valued at $45.

The victims reported the men were driving a blue Nissan Sentra and lived on Biddle Street.

However, when Deputy Mathes checked the home, only a pickup truck was found.

No arrests have been made.

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