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UPDATE: 2 arrested in Tyler apartment home invasion

Torriunte Jacoby Pollard. Photo Source: Smith County Torriunte Jacoby Pollard. Photo Source: Smith County
Channing Javier House. Photo Source: Smith County Channing Javier House. Photo Source: Smith County
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Tyler Police Department:

Update #2 09/15/2010

TYLER, TX - On September 15, 2010 Tyler Police Investigators arrested a second suspect involved in the Home Invasion Robbery.  The suspect was identified as Torriunte Jacoby Pollard, B/M, 05/08/1990, of Tyler. Bond was set at $150,000.00.  Investigators are still attempting to identify other suspects involved in the incident.

Anyone with information about the suspects involved in this crime or any felony case are urged to contact the Tyler Police Department, at903-531-1000, or Tyler-Smith County Crimestoppers, at 903-597-CUFF(903-5972833).  Tyler-Smith County Crimestoppers will pay up to $1,000for information that leads to the arrest and charges filed against the suspects in this or any felony case.

Update #1 09/14/2010

On September 14, 2010 Tyler Police Investigators were able to identify suspects in the home invasion. Judge Christi Kennedy issued an arrest warrant for Channing Javier House on a charge of aggravated robbery. Judge Kennedy set bond at $150,000.00.  Investigators arrested Channing Javier House, black male, born on November 19, 1992 pursuant to the arrest warrant issued by Judge Kennedy.  Investigators anticipate additional arrests in this case. Anyone with information about the suspects involved in this crime or any felony case are urged to contact the Tyler Police Department, at903-531-1000, or Tyler-Smith County Crimestoppers, at 903-597-CUFF(903-5972833).  Tyler-Smith County Crimestoppers will pay up to $1,000for information that leads to the arrest and charges filed against the suspects in this or any felony case.

Home Invasion at Local Apartment

On September 13, 2010 at approximately 11:32 p.m. the Tyler Police Department received an emergency telephone call regarding a Robbery that just occurred at 1600 Rice Road (Dovetree Apartments). As officers arrived on scene they were informed that the suspects were three black males and that they had fled the area in an unknown direction. At this time several officers checked the immediate area for any possible suspects while the remaining officers contacted and checked the welfare of the victims.

While speaking with the victims, officers learned the suspects had forced their way into the victims' apartment, believing a friend was knocking at their door. The victims, whose names are presently being withheld, stated the suspects were armed with a handgun and threatened to harm them should they call the police. The suspects rummaged through the apartment and took an undisclosed amount of property before fleeing the apartment.

The victims described the suspects as being between 18 and 21 years of age with bandanas covering their faces. The victims were not injured as a result of the incident and detectives from the Tyler Police Department's Major Crimes Unit responded to the scene. The case remains under investigation.

Anyone with information about the suspects involved in this crime is urged to contact the Tyler Police Department, at 903-531-1000, or Crimestoppers, at 903-597-CUFF (903-597-2833). Crimestoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and charges filed against the suspects in this case, or any, felony case.

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