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3 arrested in east Montgomery house burglary, robbery

Markeiva Johnson (Source: Montgomery Police Department) Markeiva Johnson (Source: Montgomery Police Department)
Ratavius Thrasher (Source: Montgomery Police Department) Ratavius Thrasher (Source: Montgomery Police Department)
Michael Revere (Source: Montgomery Police Department) Michael Revere (Source: Montgomery Police Department)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Montgomery Police Department has arrested two teenagers and a 21-year-old in connection with a burglary at an east Montgomery house and robbery of the home's residents.

The incident happened on May 14 in the 6100 block of Henley Way. Detectives recently developed information identifying and linking the three suspects to the crime, according to the police department.

Officers responded to the home at 12:45 a.m. after a resident said he was letting his dogs out when three suspects approached him and demanded entry into his home. The three people detained the man and his wife and robbed the home. 

Michael Revere, 21, Markeiva Johnson, 17, and Ratavius Thrasher, 17, are each charged with two counts of first degree robbery and one count of first degree burglary. Revere and Thrasher are being held on $246,000 and $180,000 bond respectively.

Johnson is also facing charges in connection with three business robberies Saturday in Montgomery. She is being held on $360,000 bond.

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