Suspects in Cranston home invasion set to appear in court Monday
CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) — Cranston police said Sunday that the third suspect in an armed home invasion is still on the run.
The two other suspects, 20-year-old Daevon Silva, of Pawtucket, and 19-year-old Miguel Veras Martes, of Providence, are set to appear in court on Monday.
Police responded to the reported home invasion just after 2 p.m. Friday on Fernbrook Road.
Col. Michael Winquist said three Black men wearing all black, masks, and armed with a handgun attempted to break into the home. Police were also given a description of the suspects’ car with Massachusetts plates.
Winquist said a drone, K-9 units, and a boat from the fire department were used in the search.
Police said Silva and Veras were arraigned by a bail commissioner on the following charges:
- Possession of a stolen motor vehicle
- Obstruction of an officer in execution of duty
- Resisting arrest
Silva was presented as a bail violator as he is on bail on three separate cases, including firearm and drug charges and a disorderly conduct charge brought by the Rhode Island State Police for allegedly fighting on the Block Island Ferry over the summer. He was ordered held without bail.
Veras was released from the ACI Saturday after posting bail.
Anyone who sees any suspicious activity or has any video footage related to this incident should contact the Cranston Police Department.