Sheriff's Office looking for 4 people involved in home invasion attack

Courtesy of Cassia County Sheriff's Office. Left: Autumn Garcia | Right: Berenice Moreno.
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BURLEY, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — The Cassia County Sheriff's Office is looking for four people they say were involved in a home invasion attack.

Sheriff Jay Heward said in a press release Tuesday, deputies responded to a call on Sept. 26 from Annalissa Archuleta who said she had been attacked by a group of six people who broke into her home.

Archuleta told deputies she was shot with a taser, fell to the floor and was kicked and hit repeatedly. She also said she was threatened with a baton.

The attackers were identified as Autumn Garcia, 26, Jasmine Lopez, 24, Berenice Moreno, 21, and Alexandro Torrez, 20, all from Burley. As well as Selina Ortega, 23, and Rico Parga–Castillo, 23, from Heyburn.

Garcia and Moreno have been arrested in connection to the attack and charged with felony aggravated battery and burglary.

The sheriff says arrest warrants on others involved are forthcoming.

If you have any information, you are asked to call local law enforcement or Cassia County Sheriff's Office at 208–878–2251 ext 1.

Due to an affiliation of all parties involved, the sheriff's office doesn't believe there is any danger to the public.



 
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