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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Cops and robbers

Posted By on Tue, May 19, 2009 at 8:48 AM

A little wrinkle in a home intrusion robbery reported this morning by LRPD -- robbers posing as cop SWAT team members. 2009- 55034 – AGGRAVATED ROBBERY (HOME INTRUSION), BATTERY
SUSPECT – 2 B/M’S, 5’8” to 6’, 165 to 180 lbs 
VICTIM – TERRY PETEN, B/M, 11-15-1962, 7305 DEBBIE DRIVE
VICTIM – BELINDA PETEN, B/M, 8-12-1962, 7305 DEBBIE DRIVE
VICTIM – DONTAE ABHULIMEN, B/M, 3-2-1991, 7305 DEBBIE DRIVE
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 5-18-09 AT 1920 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 7305 DEBBIE DRIVE
 
Officers responded to a home intrusion robbery at 7305 Debbie Drive and made contact with the residents, Terry Peten, Belinda Peten and Dontae Abhulimen, who advised that two unknown black males came to the residence wearing yellow vests with the word Police across the front and black baseball caps with SWAT on the front of them.  The suspects advised they were looking for another male who lives at the residence.  When they advised the suspects the person they were looking for was not at home, they stated that they had a search warrant, forced their way inside the residence, pulled guns and forced the victims to lie on the ground.  The suspects appeared to be looking for a specific item in the residence.  The suspects took an undetermined amount of cash and left the area.  No arrests at this time.

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