The suspects are Arshawon William Brown, Treyon C. Craig, and Tianna D. Scott, all of Harrington

The Delaware State Police have arrested the last of three suspects in connection with an early 2018 home invasion.

The incident took place Jan. 24 when troopers went to the 1300 block of South Little Creek Road to investigate a reported home invasion. The 35-year-old resident told troopers he had agreed to meet with a woman to discuss the sale of an iPhone.

Division spokeswoman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe said the two men and drove to his home, but he was met by two men brandishing firearms and demanding money. They forced him into his home, ransacked a bedroom and not finding cash, forced the man back into his car. They drove around and then returned to his home, where they stole several objects and fled.

During their investigation, troopers identified the suspects as 23-year-old Arshawon William Brown, 21-year-old Tianna D. Scott, and 22-year-old Treyon C. Craig, all of Harrington.

Scott was taken into custody March 13 while at the Court of Common Pleas on an unrelated matter and was charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree conspiracy. She later was released on a $22,000 secured bond.

Brown was arrested March 30 by Middletown police; he is charged with home invasion, first degree robbery, first degree unlawful imprisonment, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, second degree conspiracy, wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony, and malicious interference in emergency communications and intentionally preventing or hindering emergency communications.

He currently is at the Vaughn Correctional Center after failing to post a $189,250 secured bond.

Craig was taken into custody July 30 following a traffic stop; he also is charged with home invasion, first degree robbery, first degree unlawful imprisonment, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, second degree conspiracy, wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony, and malicious interference in emergency communications and intentionally preventing or hindering emergency communications.

He also is being held at the Vaughn Center but on a $193,000 cash-only bond.