Police: Hanover resident stabs home invader

  • Police say three people broke into a Hanover home and one of them assaulted a resident.
  • One of the suspects was stabbed by a resident, and had to be flown to York Hospital, police said.
  • Anyone with information on the is asked to call the department at (717) 637-5575.

A person had to be flown to York Hospital after they were stabbed by a resident during a Hanover home invasion, according to police.

Hanover Police say three people entered a residence in the first block of York Street about 10:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 2, and a resident stabbed one of them during the invasion.One of the home invaders assaulted a man during the incident as well, according to police.

Elijah Clark-Bream. Photo courtesy of the Hanover Police Department.

Hanover Police identified the three as Elijah Clark-Bream, 23, Austin Light, 23, and Lauren Sanboeuf, 32, all from Hanover.

While Light and Sanboeuf were taken into custody, police say Clark-Bream remains at large and is considered "armed and dangerous."

Incident: Police say the three forcibly entered an apartment and one assaulted a 22-year-old man. One of the three allegedly struck the man with the back of a semi-automatic style pistol.

A resident of the apartment stabbed Light with a knife while defending another resident from being assaulted, according to police. After the stabbing, the three invaders fled on foot, police said.

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Residents in the apartment chased thems to a home in the 200 block of Locust Street, where police were able to locate Light, according to a news release from the department.

Lauren Sanboeuf

He was then taken to York Hospital for treatment, and remains hospitalized as of Tuesday, Oct. 3, police said.

Sanboeuf was taken into custody Monday, police said. She was charged with burglary, trespass, and simple assault, among other charges.

Sanboeuf remains in York County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.

Anyone with information on the incident or Clark-Bream's whereabouts is asked to call the department at 717-637-5575 or through York County 911.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.