Sixth man arrested in connection with violent October home invasion

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—A sixth man has been charged in connection with an October 2013 violent home invasion.

Authorities arrested Isaiah Hill, also known as Zeke Hill, in Texas. Hill was charged with 35 counts for his alleged involvement in the incident at a home on E. 79th Street.  His charges include multiple counts of rape, burglary, criminal deviate conduct, carjacking, criminal confinement, robbery, battery, intimidation and battery by body waste.

Hill and five other men (Adrian Anthony, Demetre Brown, Alexander Dupree, Michael Pugh and Trae Spells) are accused of breaking into the home around 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 29, 2013. The men allegedly forced a woman in her 50s to drive them to an ATM, stole cash, shot her in the leg, and sexually assaulted both her and her daughter, police said.

Police said the suspects then stole three of the victims’ cars, dumping two of them at 62nd Street and Michigan Road.

Anthony, Brown, Pugh and Spells also face charges in connection with a home invasion that occurred days before the one on 79th Street. In the Spring Mill case, two homeowners were tied up, beaten and their home ransacked on Oct. 24.