Three home invasion suspects arrested after chase
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Three men are charged following a home invasion in north Harris County yesterday.
Miguel Lara Hermida, 29; Alejandro Salcido, 29; and Carlos Molina, 36, are all charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon following the home invasion in the 6400 block of Ackley Drive.
Residents told investigators that three armed male suspects entered the home by kicking in the back door. Once inside, the homeowner says they forced him to turn the alarm system off.
While disarming the alarm, the homeowner did manage to press the panic code, which alerted authorities. </p
The three suspects got away with an unknown amount of money. A deputy en route to the home spotted a vehicle matching a description of the suspects' car and tried to stop it.
The suspects fled from the deputy, but wrecked and tried to take off on foot. They were all taken into custody.
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