Police arrest trio in Best Buy burglary

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UPDATE (April 20, 2017) – Antoyne Walker pleaded guilty to theft as part of a plea agreement. A charge of resisting arrest was dismissed. A judge sentenced him to 4 years, 8 days in the Department of Correction. The 4-year sentence was suspended and he was given 8 days credit for time served. He’ll spend 3 years on probation.

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. –Three people are under arrest and a fourth suspect is being sought following a burglary at a Noblesville Best Buy Store early Sunday.

Around 3:19 a.m. Noblesville Police responded to a business alarm at the Best Buy located at 17200 Mercantile Boulevard.

As officers arrived they reported hearing voices near and around the building.  Moments later a vehicle sped away from the scene with no lights on.

Officers attempted to stop the vehicle.  When the vehicle refused to stop, a vehicle pursuit ensued.  The pursuit ended five minutes later when the suspect vehicle crashed near Greenfield Avenue and Boden Road.

Officers saw four suspects run from the crashed vehicle.

Noblesvile Police were joined by officers from Fishers and Westfield Police  departments along with Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies.   Three of the subjects believed to be involved in the incident were located.  A fourth suspect remains at large.

The three captured have been identified as 25-year-old Nathan A. R. Gordy,  23-year-old Elijah D. Davis, and 21-year-old Antoyne L. Parker, Jr., all of Detroit.

The trio were taken to the Hamilton County Jail and charged with burglary, theft and resisting law enforcement.