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Three People Arrested After Violent Home Invasion In Asheville

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Stefan Gragg was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville. Stefan Gragg was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville.
Loren Byrd was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville. Loren Byrd was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville.
Sirenia Frasure was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville. Sirenia Frasure was arrested and charged after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville.

Three people have been arrested after a violent home invasion in the city of Asheville.

Sergeant Dave Romick of the Asheville Police Department said that Stefan Addison Gragg, 23, of Oakley; Loren Eric Byrd, 23, of Fairview, and Sirenia Lynn Frasure, 45, of Weaverville, were arrested and charged with two counts of second-degree kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a dangerous weapon and felony breaking and entering and felony larceny. Gragg was also charged with accessory aiding and abet.

Romick said that officers responded to 25 Osbourne Road around 9:08 a.m. Thursday after receiving a report of a home invasion. Officers learned that the suspects had fled from the scene after assaulting a man and woman at the home.

Police officers started a search for the suspects after setting up a perimeter to look for them. Byrd and Frasure were arrested shortly thereafter while Gragg was later arrested at his home.

The victims were treated and released from Mission Hospital. All three suspects are being held at the Buncombe County Detention Center on $150,000 bond.

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