Two suspects arrested in Millbrook home invasion case

Two suspects arrested in Millbrook home invasion case

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L to R: Roger Young, Timothy Davis (Source: Millbrook Police Department) L to R: Roger Young, Timothy Davis (Source: Millbrook Police Department)
MILLBROOK, AL (WSFA) -

The two suspects, who were wanted in connection to a home invasion in Millbrook, have been arrested according to police.

Police arrested 35-year-old Timothy James Davis and 20-year-old Roger James Young on Friday.

Davis was arrested at 6:45 a.m. by authorities in the 3200 block of Patricia Lane, and was charged with one count of Attempted Murder, one count of first degree burglary, and three counts of first degree robbery. Davis was taken into custody without incident or injury, and was transported to the Millbrook Police Department where he was interviewed by detectives. Davis was then transported to the Elmore County Jail where he is being held on a $75,000 bond.

Young turned himself into detectives at the Millbrook Police Department at 2 p.m., and was charged with three counts of first degree robbery and one count of first degree burglary. Young was then transported to the Elmore County Jail where he is being held on a $60,000 bond.

"I am extremely pleased that our Criminal Investigative Unit was able to break this case. They were finally able to conduct an interview with the one victim that we had not been able to speak to about the events that occurred on March 22nd. They were able to identify the two suspects and obtain warrants of arrest in this case," said Millbrook Police Chief, P.K. Johnson. "Due to the level of violence that was used in the commission of this offense, we considered both of these individuals to be armed and dangerous. Our number one priority was to get these two individuals into custody without getting anyone hurt, officers or offenders. We did activate our Special Operations Unit to assist in the service of these warrants. These subjects were taken into custody without incident or injury. Everyone involved did an outstanding job."

The home invasion occurred on March 22 at 3:12 a.m. in the 4500 block of Lakeshore Drive. One victim was left with life threatening injuries after being shot in the hand and abdomen. The two suspects forced their way into the residence at gunpoint, according to witnesses, and took money from three of the occupants in the residence. The two suspects kept their face concealed by wearing bandanas.

"This case has drawn a tremendous amount of interest in our community. Mainly because armed home invasions are not a regular occurrence in Millbrook, but I believe it's also because of the senseless shooting of one of the victims," Chief Johnson said. "It's bad enough to have a firearm pointed at you and be robbed of your money. To have someone shoot an individual just because they can, that's just senseless and cowardly as far as I'm concerned. People have a right to be safe and secure in their homes. Anyone that would invade a person's sanctity like that has no respect and represents a tremendous danger to the public. They have no business walking anyone's streets."

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