Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Home Robbery
Two men have been arrested after police investigate an armed robbery at a home on Pickens Bridge Road in Washington County, Tennessee. The men entered the home early Monday morning where a group of people were gathered watching football. The men had ski masks and a gun. They forced the group to hand over 2-thousand dollars in cash, a wallet, two watches, iphones, and a shotgun. The group recognized the voices of the men and police were able to arrest 37-year-old Nathan Silvers and 49-year-old Jamie Silvers. The brothers are charged with four counts of robbery, 11 counts of attempted armed robbery, and 15 counts of reckless endangerment. (CC)

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