BULLHEAD CITY — Bullhead City police have arrested all three of the men they recently were seeking for questioning in separate home invasion incidents.
Cody Moore, 39, lives on the street on which a car taken in an Aug. 28 home invasion was found, police spokeswoman Emily Fromelt said.
Police on Tuesday learned of the whereabouts of Moore and suspected accomplice Eddie Ray Hunnel, 39.
Police said the pair ransacked the residence of a 90-year-old man, tied him up and stole items that included the victim’s vehicle and a firearm.
At about 5 p.m. Tuesday, officers surrounded an apartment in the 1500 block of Monte Vista Drive, where the suspects had been spotted, Fromelt said.
Shirley Star Senseney, 29, and Stephanie Anne Perkins, 34, exited the apartment and reportedly lied to police when questioned.
After a brief standoff, Fromelt said, police discovered that Moore and Hunnel had climbed through the ceiling and were hiding in a vacant neighboring apartment.
They were taken into custody without incident.
Police arrested Eric Floyd on Sept. 6 on suspicion of trafficking in stolen property regarding a separate investigation. Floyd was a suspect in an Aug. 16 home invasion. He is not currently facing charges in that incident.
Moore was booked on suspicion of aggravated robbery, armed robbery, theft of means of transportation, possessing a deadly weapon as a prohibited possessor and a parole violation.
Hunnel was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant for probation violation. At this time, he does not face charges in connection with the Del Norte Drive home invasion, which is still under investigation.
Perkins and Senseney were booked on suspicion of hindering prosecution.
Each of the suspects was taken to the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.Policearrestsuspectshomeinvasions