Police Arrest 3rd Suspect In Tredyffrin Home Invasion - New York News

Police Arrest 3rd Suspect In Tredyffrin Home Invasion

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Dante Alston, 32, was taken into custody in connection to a home invasion earlier this month. (Tredyffrin Township Police Department) Dante Alston, 32, was taken into custody in connection to a home invasion earlier this month. (Tredyffrin Township Police Department)
Craig "Hubby" Brown, 33, and Kenneth Owen Durrell, 30, were arrested earlier this month. (Tredyffrin Township Police Department) Craig "Hubby" Brown, 33, and Kenneth Owen Durrell, 30, were arrested earlier this month. (Tredyffrin Township Police Department)
TREDYFFRIN, Pa. -

A third suspect in connection to a home invasion earlier this month in Tredyffrin Township was arrested, police announced Wednesday.

According to police, the third suspect was still at large earlier Wednesday, but was just recently taken into custody.

Police say they arrested Dante Bruce Alston, 32, of Paoli Wednesday. Alston was arraigned and will face a judge next month.

After following a lead, investigators say they arrested the two other suspects on January 17. Craig "Hubby'" Brown, 33, and 30-year-old Kenneth Owen Durrell, Jr. were taken into custody, police said.

The three were arrested in connection to the January 13th home invasion at an apartment located on Minor Avenue in the Paoli area of Tredyffrin Township.

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