Snapchat connection ends in ‘impromptu home invasion’ – KOIN.com2 min read

3 teenagers from Salem now in Clackamas County Prison

by: KOIN 6 News Staff

The teenage lady left around midnight, but one of the suspects supposedly got a pistol and held it to the head of among the roommates and threatened to shoot. They took and discovered other guns off on foot with 4 guns: 2 Glock handguns, a. 22 Ruger bolt-action rifle and an AR-15, authorities stated.

The roommates called 911 and the 3 suspects– Daetrayl Berry, Andrew Scott Luhr and Emmanuel Petry– were quickly discovered. All of them are 18 and from Salem.

Posted: Jan 15, 2021/ 05:05 PM PST
/ Updated: Jan 15, 2021/ 05:23 PM PST

All of it unfolded quickly after midnight on January 4, authorities stated, at a house shared by 3 roomies. Among them invited the 18-year-old Snapchat connection to go to the house, despite the fact that they had never ever satisfied.

When she showed up all of a sudden, she showed up with 3 other males. Authorities stated those guys rapidly realised there were guns at the house and decided to take them in what detectives think was “an unscripted home-invasion break-in.”

The Snapchat connection was spoken with by detectives however is not charged at this time with any crime. Due to the fact that of that, KOIN 6 News is not naming her at this time.

But the weapons werent on them when they were detained. A K9 search found them surprise below a nearby structure under some leaves, officials stated.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN)– A Snapchat connection caused a robbery and the theft of pistols and rifles from a Clackamas County home, the sheriffs office stated. Now, 3 teens are arrested and dealing with numerous charges.

Berry, Luhr and Petry are being held on $250,000 bail and face charges of robbery, theft, unlawful use of a weapon and menacing.

The examination continues.

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