Two of the three teenagers arrested Thursday for a brutal home invasion robbery have been released.
Prosecutors tell Channel 6 News they will not press charges against Lorenzo Sawyer and Carnel Stubblefield. The third suspect, Fred Wallace-Frazier was in court Friday.
Fred Wallace-Frazier faces up to 200 years in prison if he is convicted of the two robbers and use of a weapon in the commission of a felony filed against him. Right now he is in the Douglas County Jail on at $200,000 bond. The two other teens with Wallace-Frazier were released after prosecutors say they have a better understanding of how things unfolded Wednesday night.
Darold Sterner says, <"I opened the door and the next thing I know there is a pistol on my head. And then another one and another one and I kind of fell on the couch.”
Darold Sterner was beaten badly Wednesday night and the rest of the household terrorized when three men bust in on them.
Sawyer, Stubblefield and Wallace-Frazier were arrested and booked for the home invasion but sawyer and Stubblefield have been released.
Prosecutors say there were actually five people involved in the home invasion on Wednesday night, three went inside the house the other two, Sawyer and Stubblefield stayed in the car. When the other three left the house Wallace-Frazier got in the car and it drove off eventually getting pulled over by police. The other two left the house and headed west.
The Sterners know about the release and the other two people who were in their home and are taking precautions.
Investigators are still looking for the two alleged robbers they say walked away from the crime scene.
Today in court prosecutors told the judge Wallace-Frazier has no priors and is a National Guard enlistee.