Pr. George's men arrested in Anne Arundel home invasion
Two Prince George's County men have been accused of a Sunday home invasion in Anne Arundel County in which a woman was threatened with a gun.
The woman, who lived in the Wayson Trailer Park in Lothian, called police shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday to report that two men came into her home, pointed a gun at her and demanded money, Anne Arundel police said.
The men took the woman's purse and fled in a gold-colored Ford Crown Victoria with damage to the front end and the driver's side door.
Police said officers who canvassed the area found several people who saw the car, and one person was able to provide a license tag number. The car was registered to an address in Capitol Heights, police said.
Investigators put out a lookout. A few hours later the car, with two men inside, was spotted in Capitol Heights. The victim identified the men as the attackers and they were arrested, police said.
Authorities said they believe the assailants targeted the woman, and the crime was not random.
Police said the suspects are Herman T. Feazell, 40, of the 9500-block of Chestnut Park Street in Capitol Heights and Marvin F. Fields, 26, of the 1600-block of Tulip Avenue in District Heights.
-- Maria Glod
April 19, 2010; 10:13 AM ET
Categories: Anne Arundel , Maria Glod , Pr. George's
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