Third Hanover home invasion suspect arrested
- Elijah Clark-Bream, 23, who is accused of breaking into a Hanover home this month, has been arrested.
- Clark-Bream and two others allegedly broke into a home and fled.
- Clark-Bream remains in York County Prison in lieu of $82,500 bail.
The third person suspected of breaking into a Hanover home earlier this month was arrested recently, according to police.
Hanover Police say Elijah Ezekial Clark-Bream, 23, was arrested the morning of Oct. 15 in the 500 block of Broadway.
Clark-Bream and two others forced their way into an apartment in the first block of York Street on Oct. 2 and assaulted two residents, according to court documents.
A resident stabbed one of the three, and the trio fled while the victims followed close behind, court documents state.
Police took two of the three into custody, but Clark-Bream was on the lam for nearly two weeks before his arrest.
Lauren Nicole Sanboeuf, 32, of the 200 block of Locust Street, Austin Michael Light, 23, of the first block of Baltimore Street, and Clark-Bream are charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, criminal trespass, simple assault and attempted simple assault.
Clark-Bream, whose last known address was in the 500 block of South High Street, is also charged with terroristic threats.
Invasion: Police said the victims, whose names haven't been released, told officers that Clark-Bream forced his way inside their home while one of the residents tried to hold the door shut about 10:30 a.m. Oct. 2.
When he entered the apartment, Clark-Bream pointed a handgun at a resident, police allege. Light then assaulted the resident, according to charging documents.
The handgun was later determined to be a BB gun, police said.
While Light was assaulting one resident, Sanboeuf entered the apartment and assaulted the other resident, documents state. Police said she struck the resident on the head three times, then left the home.
That victim saw Clark-Bream and Light on top of the other resident, and he pulled a knife out and stabbed Light in the back, according to charging documents.
Clark-Bream, Light and Sanboeuf then fled, police said.
Chased by victims: The two residents chased the trio, following them to Sanboeuf's home on Locust Street, documents state.
As police were responding to the home-invasion call on York Street, York County 911 dispatchers sent other officers to Locust Street for the stabbing, police said.
Officers arrested Sanboeuf and Light, after which Light was taken to York Hospital for treatment, court documents state.
Alleged confession: Sanboeuf told officers that she, Light and Clark-Bream walked past the victims' home and put masks on when they saw the two victims, who fled inside, documents state.
Clark-Bream and Light ran after them, and Sanboeuf followed, police said.
After being taken to the hospital, Light wasn't arraigned on his charges until Oct. 8, online court records state. As of Sunday, Oct. 22, he remained in York County Prison in lieu of $7,500 bail.
As of Sunday, Oct. 22, Sanboeuf remained in York County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Clark-Bream was arraigned on the charges Oct. 15. As of Sunday, Oct. 22, he remained in York County Prison in lieu of $82,500 bail.
Clark-Bream does not have an attorney listed. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 30 at District Judge Dwayne Dubs' office.
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