Suspect In Cary Home Invasion Jailed On $2 Million Bond
Posted June 10, 2004
CARY, N.C. — Authorities have arrested two suspects in connection with a violent home invasion that happened Tuesday in Cary.
Police arrested Carlos Medina. According to detectives, Medina broke into a man's house, then used a stun gun on him and pistol-whipped him before raping his wife.
Medina is in jail on $2 million bond.
Police said Medina had an accomplice, who was arrested Wednesday in Maryland. Court officials said that suspect had been deported for other crimes but somehow got back into the country.