Police in Norwich have arrested two men they say were involved in an armed home invasion in August.
According to police, 31-year-old James Alston, of Norwich, and 23-year-old John Factura, also of Norwich, were arrested Oct. 4 for the crime.
Both men are charged with home invasion, first-degree robbery and third-degree larceny and held on $250,000 bonds. They are both scheduled to appear in court Oct. 5.
The arrests came after an extensive investigation by detectives into the home invasion at a residence on Franklin Street in Norwich, where the residents were held at gunpoint.
None of the victims were injured during the incident. An amount of cash and jewelry were stolen.
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