A boyfriend and girlfriend pair is facing multiple charges after a home invasion left a West Seneca man bloodied, beaten and robbed.
West Seneca Police said they found a man with a severe cut on his head when they responded to a call around 11 p.m. at Bellwood Avenue.
The man told police that 19-year-old Gabrielle Olejnicxak-Allen came to his home to ask to borrow money.
In the meantime, her boyfriend, 27-year-old Robert Lansberry allegedly climbed through a first floor window and began attacking the victim by hitting him on the head with a bakeware serving dish bowl.
The man told police Lansberry also threatened to kill him and his young daughter.
Police said Olejniczak-Allen and Lansberry took off with cash, a cell phone, and cigarettes.
Both Lansberry and Olejniczak-Allen were arrested a short time later. Lansberry was apprehended in Niagara County and Olejniczak-Allen in Buffalo.
Lansberry was charged with robbery, burglary, and assault, and taken to the Erie County Holding Center on $25,000 bail.
Olejniczak–Allen was charged with petit larceny and released on her own recognizance.
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