MERIDEN, Conn. — Two Meriden residents are facing charges in connection with a home invasion.
Police said the incident took place on October 25th, 2020. Officers were called to a home on West Main Street on the report of a home invasion. While no injuries were reported, several guns were reportedly stolen.
One of the suspects involved, 24-year-old Oneal Ward, was arrested in October. He faced charges of home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft of a firearm, criminal possession of a firearm, and possession of marijuana.
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Ast the investigation continued, police developed two more suspects.
Arrested in connection to the home invasion were 24-year-old Justin Coombs and 23-year-old Juleika Medina.
Coobs faces charges of theft of a firearm (3 counts), criminal possession of a firearm, home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery.
Medina has been charged with theft of a firearm (3 counts), criminal possession of a firearm, home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery.
Coombs had already been incarcerated on separate charges. He was served with the arrest warrant last Thursday and a $350,000 bond.
Medina had been taken into custody without incident on May 20th and held on a $350,000 bond.
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