CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Two teens have been arrested for allegedly breaking in and robbing a victim within his home on separate occasions.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said on October 29, around 4 a.m. they received a call from a home on the 8400 block of Milton Morris Drive.
A male victim told officers that while he was inside his home with two others, an unknown suspect walked into the home through the front door and pulled out a black handgun.
The suspect told everyone inside the home to get on the group and proceeded to rob everyone. The suspect also assaulted the victim by hitting him with the butt of his gun in the eye as well as fired a round from into the ceiling before leaving.
On November 14, the victim told police that a known suspect had robbed him by force at the same residence.
After investigating, CMPD identified 18-year-old Jeconiah Davidson and 19-year-old Jer'Michael Davidson as suspects. They named Jeconiah as the suspect in the November incident and Jer'Michael as the suspect in the October incident.
Officers executed a search warrant Wednesday on the 8300 block of David Lee Lane and took both suspects into custody. Drugs and a stolen handgun were seized during the warrant.
Both suspects have been charged with multiple offenses related to the incidents.
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