Police said nearly two weeks after a trio burst into a Greenville home and robbed it, they have now arrested all three men connected to the crime.
Greenville police said the robbery happened around 10:30 p.m. on May 20th at an apartment on Landmark Street.
According to police, the victims reported hearing a knock at their door and opening it to find the three men who then forced their way inside.
Witnesses told officers at least one man had a gun, and the group took a television, Xbox 360, cell phone, and a wallet from those inside.
By late May, police spokeswoman Kristen Hunter said two of the three men were arrested for the crime: 16-year-old Daekwon Daniels and 17-year-old Keyshawn Wells.
Officers said just before his arrest, Daniels had marijuana on him and tried running from police.
Hunter said police found the third suspect, 26-year-old Gerald Edwards Jr. Outside of a Greenville grocery store Wednesday evening, and arrested him on the spot.
Police call the trio "three violent offenders," and said all were taken off the street as a result of collaboration by detectives, warrant officers and the Greenville Police Department Emergency Response Team.
Hunter noted more charges could be coming for each accused robber.
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