More than a month after finding the getaway car believed to be involved in a violent home invasion, Jamestown Police arrested the suspect.
Felix Lozada, 25, of Jamestown was indicted Tuesday for second degree burglary, using a firearm during a burglary, four counts of second degree robbery, and two counts of second degree menacing.
The home invasion happened November 22nd and the getaway vehicle was found three days later off Lakeview Avenue. But it wasn't until last week when officers arrested Lozada. Charges are pending against a second suspect who is currently being held in jail in Warren County, Pa. in an unrelated incident.
Police say Lozada and the other suspect forced their way into a home on Main Street after asking for help with their broken down vehicle, tied up the homeowners at gunpoint and robbed them.
Lozada is being held on $200,000 bail.
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