Man Wanted In Home Invasion Surrenders

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NEW MILFORD TOWNSHIP — A man involved in an alleged home invasion in Susquehanna County has turned himself in, according to state police.

Officials say Evan Hess from Forest City gave himself up to police on Friday.

Troopers believe four people — Dylan Brewer, Evan Hess, Erica Major and Francis Muchanic — showed up at a home near Gibson earlier this month.

Officers say Muchanic forced his way in but the homeowner was armed and the accused intruder was shot during a struggle.

Police say the man made it back to a waiting car and drove off with the other suspects.

All four face robbery-related charges in Susquehanna County.

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  • JoAnn Midkiff

    All of these home invasion stories scare the heck out of me , and most of them have one thing in common, the door was kicked in! last year my husband found a door that locks like a bank vault on line called Gibraltdoor, it is a steel door on a steel frame, Nobody is coming thru our door! I refuse to be a victim and will do whatever is necessary to protect my family.
    I have peace of mind when I’m home and away. go see there video online at Gibraltdoor and see for yourself!

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