A suspect in a home invasion robbery in Baldwin County, Alabama, was nabbed by the Blountstown Police Department and the U.S. Marshal’s office Friday.
Nathaniel Paige (aka John Boy), 24, was located at a Houston Street residence.
According to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the case began March 26 when a group of men went to a trailer on Windy Willow Loop in Bon Secour with the intent to rob the occupants.
The suspects forced entry to the trailer and held the occupants at gun point. Those occupants included two juveniles.
The suspects made off with a TV, cash, and cell phones.
During the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office investigation, Freddrick Robinson, Timothy Holmes, Reginald Phipps, Jr. (AKA “Walnut”), and Nathaniel Paige (AKA “John Boy”) were identified as persons of interest.
Freddrick Robinson was apprehended just hours after the crime and charged with Robbery 1st. Holmes, Phipps, and Paige remained at-large.
Authorities later tracked him to Blountstown. He had an active warrant for Robbery 1st.
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