Roman S. Monzon, Mark A. Hoy, Jr., and John A. Dey, Teen Charged In April Taylorstown, Va. Home Invasion

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TAYLORSTOWN, Va. (WUSA9) -- Loudoun County Sheriff's Office authorities say four suspects in the April 16th home invasion near Taylorstown, Va. have been arrested and charged. 

Authorities say 19 year olds Roman S. Monzon, Mark A. Hoy, Jr., and John A. Dey were charged with breaking and entering to commit robbery, use of a firearm during the commission of a felony and abduction. Another suspect was a juvenile during the time of the robbery and his name is not being released because he is charged as a juvenile (he just turned 18 years old), say police. He is charged with breaking and entering and abduction.

According to authorities, Monzon, Hoy and the teenager are from Frederick, Md. and Frederick County Sheriff's Office members took them into custody last week.

Dey is from Boonsboro, Md. but fled the state and was apprehended in a hotel in Fayetteville, Pa. early Saturday morning by the Pennsylvania State Police, say authorities.  

Monzon, Hoy and the teenager are being held in Frederick County pending extradition, say authorities. Dey is waiting to be extradited to Maryland from Pennsylvania.

The home invasion happened at a home on Loyalty Road in April. Authorities say a family member went to answer the door where a male said he had a delivery. The male and three other people then forced his way into the home, according to authorities. Authorities say a weapon was brandished at the family of five, including two small children, and the family members were held against their will as the intruders took items from the home. 

One family members was able to run to safety after the intruders fled and to contact the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say no one was injured during the robbery.

Authorities released composite sketches of two of the suspects.

In May, Frederick County Sheriff's Office members who were investigating a burglary discovered possible information linked to the home invasion in Loudoun County, say authorities. They worked with Loudoun County detectives to identify the four suspects and it's possible there is a fifth suspect, say authorities.

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