4 nabbed after returning to NC home invasion scene, deputies say

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ROBERSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Four people were arrested and charged after deputies say they returned to the site of a home invasion.

Four men suspected in a home invasion are in custody after sheriff’s deputies in North Carolina say they went back to the house.

 WITN-TV in Greenville reports Martin County sheriff’s deputies say as they were beginning their investigation into Thursday night’s incident, the four suspects drove by.

The sheriff’s office says the deputies stopped the vehicle the suspects were in and arrested them.

According to the deputies, one of the invasion victims was hit with a pipe but didn’t need medical treatment.

All four suspects were charged with first-degree burglary, and two of them were also charged with assault with a deadly weapon. 

One suspect was charged with assault on a female. The four are jailed on $25,000 bonds apiece. It couldn’t be determined on Friday if they have attorneys.

Here are the names and charges of each suspect:

Lavon Evette Lane, 37, of 103 Pepper Lane, Scotland Neck

Charges: First Degree Burglary, Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Bond: $25,000

Daquante Jaquan Wiggins, 25, of 209 West Salisbury Street, Hamilton

Charges: First Degree Burglary, Assault With a Deadly Weapon

Bond: $25,000

Javeon Jarez Wiggins, 22, of 209 Salisbury Street, Hamilton

Charges: First Degree Burglary, Simple Assault

Bond: $25,000

Shakeem NMN Williams, 25, of East 10th Street, Scotland Neck

Charges: First Degree Burglary, Assault on Female

Bond: $25,000

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