Franklin L. Shropshire
|Published: 8:25 PM, 04/05/2013
||Last updated: 8:25 PM, 04/05/2013
Author: Duay O'Neil
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
Newport Police have arrested a suspect in a Wednesday
home invasion that resulted in a 75-year-old Newport woman being flown to UT
Medical Center by Life Star on Wednesday, April 3.
According to Newport Police Department Patrolman Mike
Robey, officers were dispatched to the home of Dolores Horn, 75, at 278 Harvest
St., after Horn's daughter, Robin Horn, 54, called 911.
Upon their arrival, Robey said Dolores Horn told them she
was lying on her bed late Wednesday night when a man came into her bedroom and
started striking her in the face. The intruder then reportedly took duct tape
and secured the woman's hands and feet.
Horn told police she shouted to her daughter to call 911.
Robin Horn confirmed her mother's description of the
intruder as being a male about six feet tall, wearing a dark blue hoodie and a
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Newport Plain Talk.
Robin Horn told officers when she heard her mother's
cries, she ran outside while trying to call 911. While she was running across
the yard, she said the assailant struck her in the face and she fell. The
intruder then left on foot, according to police reports.
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