CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Police have arrested five people they say are responsible for a home invasion on Sunday, as well as multiple armed robberies.
Just before 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police were called to the 3500 block of Burner Drive in reference to a home invasion. Authorities say the victims were robbed of their phones and money, then provided a detailed description of the three black females and several black male suspects, who then fled in a gray vehicle.
Officials quickly called out a description of the suspects and their vehicle, and a short time later, the vehicle was spotted in the 4800 block of Central Avenue.
All five suspects were found to be involved in the home invasion, police say, and were taken to police headquarters for further interview by robbery detectives. Through the course of the interviews, detectives say they determined the suspects were involved in several recent armed robberies.
Jamie Taylor, 18, Sharica Gurley, 18, and Rashaun Henderson, 19, were each charged with six counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery and one felony count of breaking and entering.
Trent Johnson, 19, and Jocqui Johnson, 18, were both charged with three counts each of robbery with a dangerous weapon, one count of conspiracy to commit robbery and one felony count of breaking and entering.