An arrest is made stemming from March house robbery

According to Scottsbluff Police three individuals allegedly robbed two of a pickup and cell phones Tuesday morning (Source: KNEP)
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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - (KNEP) - Officers have arrested one allegedly involved in a home invasion in early March.

According to the affidavit, Brice Holcomb is facing ten charges including robbery, assault and terroristic threats. It’s alleged that Holcomb was one of three men that walked into an unlocked house without knocking.

Once inside it is alleged that two individuals were assaulted while another was forced to watch. One of the victims was admitted to the hospital for injuries sustained. It’s alleged Holcomb also wrapped a phone cord around the female victim before repeatedly punching her.

It’s alleged two other individuals were with Holcomb but all three walked into the house with their faces shielded. After the alleged assaults Holcomb allegedly took keys to a pickup and cell phones.

The pickup was found a few hours later abandoned on Avenue B.

Holcomb is facing a 10% of $750,000 bond.