Two Men Indicted For Series Of Home Invasions
Posted on 2/12/2010
Defendant: David L. White And Montie E. Sullivan
Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announces that the Franklin County Grand Jury has returned two indictments, one on David L. White, age 22 and the second one on Montie E. Sullivan, age 18. O’Brien said “these men terrorized multiple families over a three day time period in Franklin County.” During the time frame of January 9, 2010 to January 11, 2010, a series of five home invasion robberies or attempts took place throughout Franklin County. The alleged defendants wore dark clothing and had bandannas covering their faces. O’Brien said, “these suspects randomly forced their way into the victims home, sometimes while the victims were peacefully sleeping, ordered them at gunpoint to the ground or to another room, and then took whatever they wanted, including flat screen TVs, computers, electronics, credit cards, cash, and even a new vehicle.”
David L. White has been indicted for a total of 22 counts, and Montie E. Sullivan has been indicted for a total of 21 counts, ranging from Aggravated Burglary with Specification, Aggravated Robbery with Specification, Kidnapping with Specification, Attempted Aggravated Burglary with Specification, Improperly Discharging Firearm At Or Into A Habitation Or School Safety Zone with Specification, Receiving Stolen Property (White only), Burglary, Theft, Burglary with Specification, and Theft.
The Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office found the two suspects in the midst of a home invasion robbery that had just taken place. The family dog had been shot and the robbers took numerous items. Shortly thereafter, the vehicle was found with stolen property still inside the car. The alleged defendants fled on foot, but were later taken into custody. They have been charged in Lancaster for that offense and are currently in the Fairfield County Jail.