Three suspects in armed home invasion arrested
THREE RIVERS, Mich. -- A K-9 unit helped police locate three suspects in a home invasion on Sunday, according to Three Rivers Police. The suspects had been armed with a gun, bat and large knife, reports said.
On Sunday, police were dispatched to a home on S. Constantine Street for reports of an armed home invasion in progress.
When officers arrived, they learned several people were in the home when three suspects broke in and confronted the residents while armed with weapons including a gun, bat and large knife, according to police reports.
The residents lured the suspects outside and locked them out. The suspects then fled the scene, reports said.
K-9 Django tracked the suspects to another home in the neighborhood, police said.
A man was located hiding inside a van and was taken into custody. Police said evidence was located near him.
Police identified the two other suspects and they were believed to be inside the house.
Officers and K-9 Django executed a search warrant on the house and located the other two suspects as well as additional evidence, reports said.
The three suspects are being held on preliminary charges of felonious assault with a gun and home invasion first degree. Their names are being withheld pending arraignment.