Two Terre Haute residents were arrested in connection with an Armed Robbery that occurred in Marshall early Wednesday morning.
According to a press release from the Marshall Police Department, officers were called at 2:25am to a residence at 701 Jeanne Drive for an armed robbery that had occurred. Upon arrival on scene, officers were notified that the suspects had already fled from the scene. The victim told officers that three individuals had entered his home, held him at gun point, and demanded several items before fleeing. The officers then gathered descriptions of the suspects and details of the events that had taken place. Later, a Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputy located two individuals matching the description of two of the suspects walking in Marshall. They were taken into custody and were taken to the Clark County Jail.
The two suspects that were taken into custody have been identified as 21 year old, Jacie Beasley, of Terre Haute and 23 year old, Travis Moore, of Terre Haute. Beasley is being charged with Armed Robbery, Home Invasion and Motor Vehicle Theft, while Moore is being charged with Armed Robbery, Home Invasion, Motor Vehicle Theft and Possession of a Weapon by a Felon. A third suspect is still at large and is being seeked by police officers. No details are available as of this time in regards to the identity or description of the third suspect. We will update this story as more details become available as the investigation continues.
All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in the court of law.