The Greene County Sheriff's Office has identified 4 men arrested for a Saturday morning home invasion.
Officials say that 21-year-old Raeshon Hardy, 29-year-old Kelvin Little, 28-year-old Terrance Best, and 28-year-old Rondell Edwards have been charges with felony breaking and entering, robbery with a dangerous weapon, and assault by pointing a gun.
Hardy, Little, and Best have Greenville addresses while Edwards is said to be from Bethel.
All four men are being held in the Greene County Jail under a $100,000 dollar bond.
There were no injuries, and the investigation is still ongoing for a 5th suspect.
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office says that 4 men are behind bars and one remains on the run for an armed home invasion Saturday.
Sheriff Lemmie Smith says that they received the call around 7:40 a.m. for a home invasion that happened on Edwards Bridge Road in Grifton.
Sheriff Smith says that 5 men with guns came through the front door of a home and attempted to rob a woman living there. We’re told that when the woman told the men she didn't have any money, they tried to leave the scene in a van. Sheriff Smith says that the van backed into a ditch and became stuck. He says all 5 suspects then took off on foot in different directions.
Investigators say that two of the men were found walking down a road off Old Snow Hill Road in Pitt County, while the other 2 were found behind an abandoned house off Edwards Bridge Road.
A 5th suspect remains on the run.
Sheriff Smith says that a press release including names and charges is in the works.