4 arrested in Hope Mills home invasion
Cumberland County sheriff’s detectives allege the four forced their way into a home on Pan Drive Monday afternoon and held the homeowner at knifepoint.Posted — Updated
HOPE MILLS, N.C. — Four men were arrested Tuesday for a home invasion in Hope Mills.
Cumberland County sheriff’s detectives allege the four forced their way into a home on Pan Drive Monday afternoon and held the homeowner at knifepoint.
The victim said he was pushed into the closet and held there while the suspects ransacked the home.
All four men are charged with five felonies -- robbery with a dangerous weapon, second degree kidnapping, breaking and entering, conspiracy and possession of stolen goods -- and are being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $550,000 bond.
The suspects are:
- Kedric Andrew Carr, 20, of 5627 Walking Trail Way in Hope Mills
- Brandon Jamal Brown, 19, of 1336 Leander Lane in Hope Mills
- Terry Zedrick McLaughlin, 18, of 525 Torhunta Drive in Hope Mills
- Travis Jerrod Johnson, 19, of 187 Conway Road in Conway.
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