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Four suspects arrested in connection to attempted robbery

Source: MGN Source: MGN
Clifford Xavier Arnold (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department) Clifford Xavier Arnold (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department)
Marcus Herrera (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department) Marcus Herrera (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department)
Marcus Robinson (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department) Marcus Robinson (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department)
Warren Jackson (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department) Warren Jackson (Source: Copperas Cove Police Department)
COPPERAS COVE, TX (KXXV) -

Copperas Cove Police arrested four suspects after a 20-year old man who was shot was at the hospital to be treated early Tuesday.

Detectives interviewed the man who suffered the gunshot wound, Damontay Devin Holmes. During the course of the investigation, detectives were able to identify the suspects and confirm their intention to commit robbery at a residence located in the 1000 block of Industrial Avenue.

Xavier Clifford Arnold, Marcus Anthony Herrera, Warren Darnell Jackson and Marcus Dwayne Robinson face aggravated robbery charges.

Detectives found shell casings in front of the apartment, which police said indicated rounds had been fired into and possibly from the house.

Police said residents from the home told them they were victims of a home invasion and unknown men had forced their way into the residence. One of the residents was able to retrieve a firearm and gunfire exchange started. The suspects fled but none of the occupants of the house were injured. 

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