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Armed Robbers who Invaded Home and Injured Woman and Toddler Girl in New York City Arrested

Armed Robbers who Invaded Home and Injured Woman and Toddler Girl in New York City Arrested

New York City, NY: Two individuals were apprehended by the authorities in relation to the horrific house invasion that occurred in December. The victim, a mother of two from Staten Island, was pistol-whipped, and her daughter, who was five years old at the time, suffered a concussion. The suspects were arrested on Wednesday.

Police said that on a warrant from the Supreme Court, they arrested Michael Conley (17 busts) and Elliott Knight (30 arrests) at their residences and charged them with burglary.

The 28-year-old Knight and Conley were among a group of four people, described by investigators as “amateurish,” who allegedly sought to rob a house in Manor Heights near the intersection of Livingston Avenue and Queen Street at about 12:45 a.m. on December 18th.

Cops say the masked, hoodie-clad guys kicked in the door, but home security camera footage shows them entering the residence.

Authorities claimed three masked men entered the residence accompanied by a 4-year-old autistic boy, their mother, who was 33 years old, and a caregiver, who was 54 years old, while holding firearms.

According to the authorities, one of the males pointed the gun at the mother and struck her on the head.

The thugs also wanted jewels, according to the police.

Her face allegedly slammed against the closet door frame when the gunman failed to locate any cash inside.

One of the assailants carried her daughter and nanny inside the room before the shooter continued his search downstairs.

Seeing her daughter hurt made her think the robbers could do anything, including shoot her and her small family. Her little son slept through the assault, and they never found him.

The criminals, who allegedly made off with only cell phones, fled the scene in a hurry, as reported by the police.

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The girl was diagnosed with a concussion after a CAT scan was administered at the hospital, where she and her mother were transported.

The robbers knew her husband wouldn’t be home, so the mother believes the heist was well-planned, according to her.

Kenny characterized the perpetrators as “amateurish,” and investigators agree that the heist was “targeted.” However, this does not imply that the operation was complex.

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