Third arrest made in Mud Island home invasion

Glenn Wynn / Courtesy of Shelby County Jail
Glenn Wynn / Courtesy of Shelby County Jail

(WMC-TV) – A third man is under arrest, accused of taking part in the burglary and assault that happened on Mud Island last week.

After arresting two men for the home invasion, investigators zeroed in on Glenn Wynn, who they believed to have also been involved in the assault.

Police say Wynn was part of the attack that involved hitting one man in the face several times with a revolver and pointing a gun at another man inside the home. The burglars made off with a laptop, TV, Playstation, guitar, iPod, iPhone, portable DVD player, wine, and cash.

Wynn waived his rights and admitted to participating in the burglary. He is charged with especially aggravated robbery, especially aggravated burglary, especially aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated robbery.

Wynn is being held on $200,000 bond.

Police said a fourth suspect is still on the loose.  Police have not released that suspect's identity.

A GPS locator app on a stolen cell phone led investigators to DeVaughn Edwards and Adrian Henderson, who are now being held on $1 million and $750,000 bond respectively.

No one answered at Wynn's listed address near the airport.  Edwards lives in a gated apartment complex off of Mt. Moriah.  Henderson lives on Mud Island in a Harbortown apartment complex.

Police suspect the home invasion is linked to other armed robberies on Mud Island.

Edwards does not have an arrest record.  Both Henderson and Wynn have been arrested on a drug charge in the past.

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