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Southwestern Regional Police Department
Wednesday July 10th, 2019 :: 05:27 p.m. EDT


Arrests in Home Invasion Robbery, North Codorus Township

On 7/09/19 five people were arrested in a home invasion from 4/15/19 in the 3900 block of Bahn Avenue, North Codorus Township.  Arrested on charges of Robbery, Burglary, and Aggravated Assault as well as attempt, conspiracy, and solicitation to committ the crimes totaling 37 felony counts and 5 misdemeanor counts were the following -

Shareef Williams, 22 yrs. old, 200 block of Carlilse Ave.

Anthony "Lil Ant" Cabrera, 18 yrs. old, 200 block of N.Newberry St.

Nicholas Trotter, 26 yrs. old, 500 block of W.Philadelphia St.

Joshua "Boondocks" Romero, 27 yrs. old, 300 block of S.Kershaw St.
James Densby Jr., 22 yrs. old, 300 block of E.Maple St.

Previous - On April 15, 2019, at 1030 PM, Officers responded to the 3900 blk. of Bahn Ave., York, North Codorus Twp., (located in the Bahn development across from New Salem Elementary school) to an armed home invasion robbery.
Two residents were home when they answered a knock to their door.  Two men, both armed with handguns, forced their way into the home.  The male resident was immediately struck in the head with an object and was pushed down a flight of stairs.  The female resident was also physically assaulted by the pair.  At some point in the struggles, a shot was fired by the suspects, but no one was struck by the bullet.  After the shot was fired, the suspects fled the home without taking any items.
The two (2) suspects were described as male, wearing black clothing and wearing a bandana type item that attempted to conceal their faces.  The suspects were looking for valuables.  At the time of this press release, the male victim is still hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.  The female victim, while having sustained multiple bruises, did not want medical attention other than treatment from responding medics.
Our officers were assisted at the scene by the West Manchester Twp. Police Department.  We are asking that anyone who may have witnessed any type of suspicious activity in that neighborhood, either earlier that day or during the incident, to contact the Southwestern Regional Police Department at our offices at 717.225.1333 x 100; or via the York County 911 Center at the non-emergency number of 717.854.5571. 

Southwestern Regional Police Department
6115 Thoman Dr
Spring Grove, PA 17362

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 717-225-1333

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