Two men were arrested for allegedly committing an armed home invasion in Shirley last week, Suffolk County police said.

Jvon Creighton, 19, of Shirley, and 23-year-old Arnell Nash of Riverhead broke into a house on William Floyd Parkway, flashed at least one handgun and stole cell phones from two victims inside shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday, April 12, police said.

Investigators apprehended the suspects 20 minutes later, police said. The victims were not injured.

Both men were charged with first-degree burglary. A grand jury indicted them Monday on additional burglary and robbery charges.

Judge Mark Cohen set bail for Creighton at $150,000 bond or $75,000 cash. Cohen set bail for Nash at $200,000 bond or $100,000 cash. They are due back in court on Thursday.

 

 

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