Delaware State Police have arrested three teenagers in connection with a home invasion in Frankford last week.
Troopers arrested 17-year-old Bridget Walls and 19-year-old Collin Vincent of Harrington, along with 19-year-old Jacob Davis of Magnolia on Thursday afternoon. State Police say just after 2:30 that morning, two of the three broke into an apartment in the Waterside Development and assaulted the homeowner before taking his wallet, keys and cell phone. Troopers say that the victim met Walls at the Royal Farms in Felton, and they drove back to his apartment, where they started drinking. However, Vincent and Davis followed them to the apartment. They then pulled their shirts over their faces, broke in, and began punching and kicking the man, and even pistol-whipped him with a BB gun.
All three teens were charged with first-degree robbery and burglary, home invasion, second-degree conspiracy, and wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony. All three are being held on bond.
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