Fourth person charged in October 2013 Stoneville home invasion

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Jalonzo Beal, Justin James, Teven Richardson, Teshun Richardson.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — A fourth person has been charged in connection with a October 2013 home invasion in Stoneville.

Jalonzo Latrya Beal, 19, of Martinsville, Va., is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the home invasion. He is charged with first degree burglary.

Police responded to a home on Anglin Mill Road in Stoneville on Oct. 25 after a 911 call was made by the homeowners.

The Sheltons were awakened by their dog and heard the intruders in their home. One of the homeowners armed himself with a shotgun and confronted the intruders. He said one of the men suspects had a hammer.

The homeowner fired one shot, striking both suspects and inflicting what was described as “serious injuries” by the sheriff’s office.

All suspects fled the scene, but two were arrested shortly after.

Justin Omar James, 20, of Martinsville, Va., was taken into custody upon his release from Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Forsyth County on Oct. 28 and was in placed in jail under a $100,000 bond.

Teshun Cortez Richardson, 20, of Martinsville, Va., was taken into custody on Oct. 31 by Danville Police following his release from Danville Regional Hospital.

They were both charged with first degree burglary.

Teven Richardson was also later arrested in connection with the home invasion. He faces an additional charge of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury after police say he assaulted a fellow inmate in the Rockingham County Jail on Sunday.


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