Home Invasion Suspects Turn Themselves In
Two suspects in a Winchester armed robbery turned themselves into police Wednesday morning. Hundel Ganthier and James Ganthier came to the Winchester Police Department around 10 a.m. They are charged with breaking and entering with a deadly weapon, assault and battery, brandishing a firearm, robbery, grand larceny, and using a firearm while committing a felony.
On April 21st around 6 p.m. officers responded to the 600 block of Watson Avenue for the report of a home invasion with firearm. Two black males broke into a home and assaulted a female. A gun was displayed. Officers identified the males as Hundel Ganthier, 34, and James Ganthier, 29, both of Winchester.
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This press release was prepared by Lauren Cummings, Police Community Relations/Crime Prevention Specialist. (540) 545-7548 (office) Lcummings@ci.winchester.va.us
Posted 5-8-2013 - Click Here to return to the main Press Release page.