Two Arrested, Canada-wide Arrrest Warrants Issued For Others After Ellrose Avenue Home Invasion
Monday February 25th, 2013
Posted at 4:23pm
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Windsor Police have arrested two men and Canada-wide warrants have been issued for two others believed responsible for a home invasion robbery on Ellrose Street last week.
Two arrests have been made in connection with the home invasion robbery that occurred February 21, 2013 in the 1900 block of Ellrose.
Investigators identified four suspects from information received after Police were called to Met Hospital at 2:30am on February 21st. Two victims being treated at the hospital indicated they were robbed in their home.
A 33-year-old-woman and a 37-year-old man report they were sleeping when they awoke to find a number of male suspects entering their house on Ellrose.
On Saturday February 23rd, officers arrested 20-year-old Jalen Elliott-Strain in the 7300 block of Tranby. He presented himself to police and was arrested without incident.
Strain is charged with Robbery with a Weapon, two counts of Uttering Death Threats, Uttering Threats to Kill an Animal, Break and Enter, Assault with a Weapon, Assault and 2 counts of Forcible Confinement.
On Sunday, officers observed one of the suspects walking on Wyandotte Street West in the area of Bruce Avenue. He was arrested by officers and transported to police headquarters.
William Langdon, 19 years old is charged with Robbery with a Weapon, 2 counts of Uttering Death Threats, Uttering Threats to Kill an Animal, Break and Enter, Assault with a Weapon, Assault, and 2 counts of Forcible Confinement.
Windsor Police say Canada-wide arrests warrants still exist for two men considered by Police to be violent and dangerous: Percy Basil Scott, 35 years of age and Maurice Heptbourne, 23 years of age.
Anyone with information in relation to this investigation is asked to call police at (519)-255-6700 ex 4830 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at (519)-258-TIPS (8477) where you may be eligible for a cash reward.