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Three arrested in Pittsylvania County

Three arrested in Pittsylvania County

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PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VA -

According to Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office three people were taken into custody Friday in connection with the Breaking and Entering of an occupied dwelling, the robbery of the resident of the residence, and the aggravated malicious wounding of the resident of the home.

Enrique Alonso Hernandez: AKA "Mosco", age 33., Angel Hernandez, age 18, and Johnny Ivan Herndandez, also 18.

They were arrested in the 13000 block of Mount Cross Road.

This is a follow-up to the investigation in the 9900 block of Halifax Road on September 3, 2013.

All three remain in jail. Their first court appearance is scheduled for next week.

The victim is still in the hospital.

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