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UPDATE: Two More Arrests Made In Sanford Home Invasion

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22-year-old Leon Crippen, of Temperanceville 22-year-old Leon Crippen, of Temperanceville
20-year-old Titus Floyd, Jr., of Mappsville 20-year-old Titus Floyd, Jr., of Mappsville

SANFORD, Va. - Police say they have made two additional arrests in connection with a Sanford home invasion that happened last month.

The Accomack County Sheriff's Office says on Thursday, they arrested 22-year-old Leon Crippen, of Temperanceville, and charged him with armed burglary, robbery, and used of a firearm during the commission of a robbery. On Friday, the sheriff's office says they arrested 20-year-old Titus Floyd, Jr., of Mappsville, and charged him with armed burglary, robbery, and brandishing a machete. Both men are being held at the Accomack County Jail without bond.

The arrests stem from an August 28th home invasion where Police say went into a Marsh Market Road home in a reported attempt to rob the home, where several people were inside. Police say multiple gunshots were fired during the incident. During the investigation two people were found at a Temperanceville convenience store with gunshot wounds, one was pronounced dead.

26-year-old Lamesha Cropper, of Salisbury, was arrested on Wednesday, in connection with the incident.

The investigation is still on-going, according to authorities, and further charges could be pending. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Accomack County Sheriff's Office at 757-787-1131 or 757-824-5666. Tips can also be submitted through their website.

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