CLEARFIELD – Following two more arrests, the Lawrence Township Police Department reported today that they have concluded their investigation into a Sept. 27 home invasion in Glen Richey.
According to the report, both Jacob Hilty, 19 of Vandergrift, and Allesia Aughenbaugh, 22 of Curwensville, have been arrested and arraigned for their alleged role in the invasion.
Police indicated that Hilty has been charged with robbery, burglary, theft, conspiracy and numerous other related charges. His bail has been set at $50,000 unsecured.
Police indicated that Aughenbaugh has also been charged with robbery, burglary, theft, conspiracy and numerous related charges. Her bail has been set at $50,000 unsecured.
According to a prior GantDaily report, police stated that a 17-year-old Baltimore, MD boy was taken into custody for his alleged role. Police said the home invasion occurred in Glen Richey and involved the boy and another male subject. Police said that both males entered the residence and robbed an elderly couple at gunpoint.
During their investigation, police also learned that the 17-year-old had an active warrant from the state of Maryland.
The 17-year-old was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Richard Ireland on charges of robbery, burglary, theft and related charges, and his bail was set at $75,000. He is currently being housed in Clearfield County Jail.
All three have preliminary hearings scheduled for Oct. 21.