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3 arrested, 1 sought in violent Bunnell home invasion

Victim pistol-whipped, robbed in apartment, police say

(Left to Right) Jeremiah Daniel Cook, Stephen Harmon Monroe, Carson Bova Ankrom
(Left to Right) Jeremiah Daniel Cook, Stephen Harmon Monroe, Carson Bova Ankrom

BUNNELL, Fla. – A person was pistol-whipped and robbed early Wednesday in an armed home invasion in Bunnell, police said.

The attack was reported around 4 a.m. in the area of South Bacher Street.

According to police, Jeremiah Daniel Cook, 21; Stephen Harmon Monroe, 22; Carson Bova Ankrom, 18; and another unidentified culprit entered an apartment by breaking a window.

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One of the four pistol-whipped the victim, who had been sleeping when the group broke into the apartment, police said.

The invaders held the victim at gunpoint and took $2,205 in cash and two handguns before leaving in a dark blue Kia.

Bunnell located the car in the 500 block of N. State Street, and a high-risk traffic stop was conducted, police said.

Three of the four wanted in the case were arrested, and a search of the car led to the recovery of the stolen guns and cash, according to police.

The fourth intruder remains at large.


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