Armed Home Invasion on General Patton Drive

Total of five arrests made, all face serious charges
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From the Barnstable Police Department (verbatim):

Armed Home Invasion
3/19/18 11:20 PM

On Monday, March 19, 2018 at 11:20 PM, Barnstable Police were dispatched to 18 General Patton Dr., Hyannis for a report of an Armed Home Invasion. Initial reports indicated that 3-4 masked subjects, armed with firearms, entered the home and assaulted occupants therein. The suspects then fled in a black SUV which was intercepted by responding officers on General Patton Drive. The occupants of the SUV were identified as Derek Burden of Plymouth, Vedel Haynes of Plymouth, Dehkwon Marshall-Rabb of Hyannis, and Dayshaun Tatum of Plymouth.

According to victim statements, the assailants entered the home and announced “Barnstable Police”. They brandished firearms and assaulted several of the occupants. All four subjects were placed under arrest and charged with the following offenses.

Derek Burden
Armed Home Invasion
Armed Robbery while Masked
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Home Invasion

Vedel Haynes
Armed Home Invasion
Armed Robbery while Masked
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Home Invasion

Dehkwon Marshall-Rabb
Armed Home Invasion
Armed Robbery while Masked
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Home Invasion

Dayshaun Tatum
Armed Home Invasion
Armed Robbery while Masked
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Home Invasion
Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon (Firearm)

Further investigation revealed that a fifth suspect, identified as Jennifer Schaaf of Hyannis, was inside the residence at the time of the incident and initially presented herself as a victim. It was later revealed that she participated in the planning of the event. Schaaf was placed under arrest and charged with Home Invasion, Conspiracy, and Armed Robbery while Masked.

This incident remains under investigation.

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