Arrests made in Oro Valley home invasion - Tucson News Now

Arrests made in Oro Valley home invasion

ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three adults and one minor were arrested in connection with an Oro Valley home invasion that occurred Wednesday.

Three people forced their way into a home near La Canada and Naranja at gunpoint.

This arrest happened because of a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle. A total of four suspects, three adults and one minor were taken into custody.

The driver of the vehicle stopped today was identified as Wellington Marin, 40. He is believed to be the driver during the original incident Wednesday.

Also in the car was Jacqueline Michelle Carlson, 37, and 18-year-old Anthony Kane White-Giordano and a 13-year-old boy, who is not believed to be related to any of the other suspects.

According to police, Marin knew the victim and planned the robbery. 

He drove the suspects to the area and lured the victim to answer the door by having the 13-year-old ask to borrow the phone. 

All four suspects entered the residence where the victim was tied up, choked and held at gun point.  After the suspects took jewelry and money they fled the scene.   

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