ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Three men have been arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery in Cooper Landing, Alaska State Troopers said Friday.
Troopers said Edna Pierce reported early Wednesday morning that three masked men with guns knocked on her door, then forced their way in. The men robbed Pierce of cash, a television set, video cassette recorder and a video game, troopers said.
Pierce said the three demanded drugs, money and guns, according to troopers.
The 27-year-old woman suffered a minor injury when she shot in the hand during the incident. She told troopers she believed she knew the identity of one of the men.
Wednesday afternoon, troopers arrested Vincent R. Calderon, 22, of Cooper Landing, Matthew J. Reavis, 18, and David Krumm, 19, both of Soldotna. They are charged with first-degree robbery, third-degree assault and third-degree theft.
The three are being held at Wildwood Correctional Center, troopers said.
Everything but the cash was recovered.
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