Three Arrested for Armed Robbery in Lake Charles
A home on Alma Dr. in Lake Charles war burglarized on November 16, and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office has arrested three suspects with more arrests possible as the investigation continues.
According to a media release, CPSO deputies were dispatched to the home after a 911 hang-up call. "Upon arrival, deputies spoke to the homeowner and two of his friends who told them approximately five men with bandanas covering their faces entered the residence with firearms. One man had an AK-47 and the others had handguns. They demanded money from the homeowner and his two friends. The men took several electronic devices including TV’s and gaming consoles before leaving the scene in two trucks".
Detectives gained video surveillance of the vehicles leaving the scene, in addition to the victim's ability to identify several of the men. Warrants were then issued for Marqell Anderson, 20, 914 LeBleu St.; Ryan Moss, 30, 1601 21st St; and Ty Fullington, 21, 8559 Gulf Highway; all of Lake Charles.
A traffic stop of a truck driven by Marqell Anderson on Nov. 16, turned up some of the stolen property including a stolen AK-47. The truck reportedly belonged to Ryan Moss, who was arrested on Nov. 20, during a traffic stop.
Ty Fullington was located and arrested at his home on Nov. 26, by deputies and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center. His truck was also used during the robbery.
Judge Sharon Wilson set bonds for all three suspects with Anderson's bond set at $226,000, Fullington's bond set at $153,000, and Moss's bond set at $225,000. All of the men are charged with "three counts of armed robbery; and three counts of armed robbery with a firearm".