They accused of breaking into a home, one armed with a shotgun.
Manchester, Md (KM) Two homeless individuals were arrested on Wednesday after breaking into a home in Manchester. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office says Kristy Nicole Angleberger, 30, and Jeremiah Smith Ancheta, 35, were taken into custody following the break-in.
Authorities say early Wednesday morning, a 37-year-old woman and a 39-year-old man living in the 3000 block of Maiden Lane in Manchester heard a knock on the door. When it was answered, a man armed with a shotgun and a woman forced their way inside. The male resident came down the stairs and there was a struggle over the shotgun. The male intruder was struck in the face with the weapon. Both suspects fled the home with the weapon. The victims closed the door. The two suspects tried to force their way back in causing damage to the door frame. . They then took off in a dark colored vehicle.
The female victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries; the male resident refused treatment.
Detectives served a search warrant later that day in the 300 block of Main Street, in Manchester, where they located the shotgun believed to have been used in the break-in. They also arrested Angleberger and Ancheta, charging them with home invasion, 1st-and 2nd-degree assault, and 2nd-degree burglary
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation into this break-in is continuing, and anyone with additional information is asked to contact Detective Owens at 410-386-5900. .
By Kevin McManus