Ten people, including nine teenagers, are charged with Criminal Mischief, Robbery, Burglary and Gang Assault, among other things, for a break-in on March 14, according to Sheriff Jack Mahar.

The home invasion and burglary happened in Brunswick around 10:45 p.m. Authorities say all ten broke-in, stole, damaged property and caused serious physical injury to one of the residents there. The officials charges are Criminal Mischief (3rd Degree), Robbery (1st Degree), Burglary (1st Degree), Petit Larceny, Gang Assault (1st Degree), Burglary (2nd Degree), Conspiracy (4th Degree) and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.

The Sheriff’s Office says this was not a random incident and there is a common connection among the victims and the suspects who forced themselves into the house, breaking in through the front and rear door and seriously injuring and assaulting one of the residents.

Deputies responded to the incident, searched the immediate area for clues and conducted a quick search of the surrounding neighborhoods for possible suspects, investigators said. The were five males and five females.

The first two arrests came on March 16 when Sheriff’s investigators picked up:

Tatianna Parker, 17, of Troy, charged with felony Robbery, Burglary, Gang Assault, Attack Burglary, Conspiracy, Criminal Mischief and misdemeanors of Petit Larceny and endangering the welfare of a child.




Alexandra Frazer, 19, of Troy, charged with felony Robbery, Burglary, Attempted Burglary, Conspiracy, Criminal Possession of a Weapon and Petit Larceny.




Also arrested in the case, all from Troy, are:
Davania Mitchell, 23
Tiquinasia Pugh, 18
Justin Lopez, 19
Miguel John, 19
Zeandre Domingo, 16
Jasmine Fleming, 16

All eight suspects are now released from custody.

Two more arrests came on Monday, March 24:

Savial Pintro, 19, of Troy and Davon Amir Fox, 18, of Troy both appeared in Troy police court to answer to other charges and were taken into custody.

Pintro and Fox were arraigned before Judge Robert Schmidt and sent to the Rensselaer County Jail without bail. They are due back in court Thursday at 10 a.m. for a felony preliminary hearing.