HOME INVASION: Police still looking for two suspects in Laurel home invasion
Daily Times Staff Report • January 26, 2009
SALISBURY — Delaware State Police have charged a 21-year-old Laurel man, but are still looking for five others suspected of breaking in, vandalizing and burglarizing a Laurel, Delaware home.
Delaware State Police charged Stacy Paul with 11 charges including robbery, possession of a firearm and assault. Paul was released on a $66,000 bond.
Jeremy I. Burns, of the 800 block of West Street, and Avian M. Smith of the 100 block of Goldrush Lane are being sought by police in connection with the burglary after they were identified through police interviews with the victims.
The other suspects were described as a white male and three black males, according to police. One of the black men is about 7-feet tall.
Several of the six victims of the robbery were injured and taken to Nanticoke Hospital in Seaford for treatment and are listed in good condition, according to police.
The robbery suspects fled the home with a semi-automatic pistol, ammunition and a cell phone in a green Honda Civic and a large tan vehicle with Maryland tags, according to police.
Delaware State Police ask that anyone with information call 302-856-5850 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.