March 7, 2014
Albemarle County Police have arrested a third person in connection to a home invasion robbery that resulted in a shooting earlier this year.
Eighteen-year-old Jaquan Nyshaw Robertson was arrested Thursday, March 6. He is charged with three felonies; one count of conspiracy to commit robbery, one count of accessory to robbery and one count of breaking and entering with the intent to commit a felony.
The charges stem from a home invasion on January 22nd in the 1600 block of Townwood Court.
While police were collecting evidence inside the home and from the front walk a CBS 19 crew actually interviewed Robertson - about how a crime like this could happen in Albemarle County.
"It's kind of weird that it would happen on a day like this, and ordinary day. You just never know what will happen. You just never know. "
But police think he was more than just a bystander. They believe he was there during the alleged home invasion.
Police say a person inside the home opened fire on the three suspects, killing one of them.
Officers were dispatched for a call of a home invasion and shooting. When they arrived on scene, they found 20-year-old Ronald Eugene Glover Jr. dead inside the home, the victim of a gunshot wound.
Kevin David Taylor II was arrested and charged at the time with burglary while armed, use of firearm in commission of a felony and attempted robbery. The two men inside the home at the time of the shooting were questioned and later released.
Robertson is currently being held without bond at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.
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