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DCP sorts out bizarre home invasion and robbery

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

DOUGHERTY COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Dougherty County Police issued warrants against seven people after sorting out a bizarre home invasion robbery that happened Friday night.

Police think two men bought marijuana at a home in the 1600 block of Cordele Road but didn't get what they paid for.

They came back later with two other men and robbed Cannon Baxter and Kayla Stolze.

The victims didn't call police, but Stolze's brother Richard went looking for the robbers.

"The brother of the female, a young man named Richard Stoles went looking for the alleged robbers he found them and then some serious threats were made and that's when the brother called the police," Chief Don Cheek, Dougherty County Police Dept.

DCP issued a total of 29 warrants.

Authorities are looking for the accused robbers, 19-year-old Randell Harris, 17-year old Gary Cody, 23-year old Nicholas Carr, and a fourth man whose name they don't know yet.

The couple who was robbed and her brother are charged with giving false statements.

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