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Stallion Springs Police arrest three suspects wanted for an alleged home invasion robbery Tuesday

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Posted at 9:43 PM, Feb 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-24 00:58:26-05

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Three suspects allegedly involved in a home invasion robbery in Stallion Springs Tuesday, have been arrested, officials say.

According to a Stallion Springs Police Department press release, they located the suspects after receiving a call for service 5 a.m. Sunday, about disturbance in the 28900 block of Horsethief Drive.

One of the suspects, allegedly rang the front doorbell of a residence in the 28900 block of Horsethief Drive, before fleeing.

Police located four suspects in a black Toyota Prius in front of an unoccupied house a short distance away, the release states.

During their investigation, police found evidence linking three of the four suspects to the home invasion robbery that allegedly occurred on Tuesday in the 17000 block of Carlisle Drive.

Five firearms, stolen property from the home invasion robbery, ski masks and plastic gloves were located in the suspects' vehicle.

Romelo Pride, 23 from Duarte was booked to the Central Receiving Facility Jail for charges including, home invasion robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, the release states.

Two male juveniles from Los Angeles County were booked into the James G. Bowles Juvenile Hall, for charges including home invasion robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, according to the press release.

Malcom Adams, a 32 year-old from Palmdale was also arrested for charges unrelated to the home invasion. His charges include possession of stolen property and child endangerment.