Police charged a Lebanon man with aggravated robbery in an incident Tuesday that involved a family held at gunpoint in their home.
Terrance Dewayne Shaw, 22, was charged Wednesday in the case, but police Chief Scott Bowen said Thursday three additional suspects remain at large.
Bowen said the incident happened at about 11 p.m. at a home at 411 E. Market Street in Lebanon. Bowen said the victim told police when he returned home, three black men approached him from behind and forced their way inside.
According to Bowen, a boy suspect had a gun. He said the victim’s wife and two children were in the home, and all four were forced into a bedroom.
Bowen said the suspects took the victim’s wallet and keys and left in a silver car with a white man driving. Police have not identified the driver. No one was hurt in the incident.
Bowen said the three suspects who forced their way inside the home are identified, including Shaw, who was charged. A juvenile petition was issued for the boy and an arrest warrant was issued for the third suspect involved.
Bowen said Shaw was on probation for another home invasion robbery that happened in April 2011. Police believe the incident may be gang and/or drug related.
Shaw was booked into the Wilson County Jail on Wednesday and later released on $2,000 bond.