Three Lely Excessive Faculty college students have been arrested this week in reference to a house invasion theft in East Naples, authorities stated.

Vitalex Dortelus, 18, faces felony expenses of armed house invasion theft and grand theft, the Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace reported.

The opposite two college students face the identical felony costs, and their names are public report in accordance with Florida regulation, however the Day by day Information is just not figuring out them as a result of they’re youthful than 18.

An arrest report states the three college students knocked Monday on the entrance door of a classmate’s residence within the Naples Manor neighborhood, pointed weapons at him and demanded cash as soon as inside.

The classmate informed the group he did not have money, only a $200 paycheck. 

The trio began ransacking rooms in the home, eradicating shoe bins and dresser drawers, the report states. They left with property valued at $983, together with purses, jewellery, $one hundred in money, an iPhone and a debit and bank card, the arrest report states.

Though the three robbers had shirts overlaying elements of their faces, the house resident stated he acknowledged them as fellow college students at Lely Excessive Faculty. He stated he had recognized them for 4 or 5 years.

He additionally stated Dortelus hit him on the top with a gun earlier than the three left the home, the arrest report states.

A short while after the incident was reported, officers discovered the 2 juveniles within the space of Trammel Road and Texas Avenue. They denied involvement within the theft however stated they have been within the space, the report states.

Detectives discovered Dortelus on Thursday, however he refused to make a press release concerning the theft, the report states.

All three have been booked on the Naples Jail Middle.

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