Two more arrested in Cary home invasion
Posted May 19, 2010
Cary, N.C. — Police made two more arrests on Wednesday in relation to a home invasion Saturday in Cary.
Authorities said a group of young black men entered through an unlocked door at 1282 Buck Jones Road, then held six people at gunpoint as they stole televisions, computers, video games and cell phones. One victim was treated for minor injuries at WakeMed.
Police arrested Cary residents Dominique Owens, 20, of Big Horn Circle, and Ana Veronica Sanchez, 17, of Creekwatch Lane, on Wednesday.
Both were being held Wednesday in the Wake County Public Safety Center in Raleigh.
Owens was charged with one count of first-degree burglary, five counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and five counts of kidnapping. Sanchez was charged with resist, obstruction and delay.
Earlier this week, police arrested Ryan Lomnte Harvey-Green, 20, of Church Street in Morrisville, and Antonio Robinson Jr., 20, of Northington Place in Cary, on charges of robbery with a firearm, kidnapping and burglary. Stephen Callahan, 19, of Dexterfield Drive in Fuquay-Varina, is charged with aiding and abetting both burglary and robbery.