A suspect has been arrested in an armed home invasion robbery but one suspect remains at large, the Pinellas Park Police Department said today.
At 3 p.m. Jan. 16, Kelly Riley, 30, and David Wolfe, 28, both of St. Petersburg, forced their way into the Pinellas Park home, robbing the resident, who is wheelchair-bound, and his girlfriend, police said.
Wolfe pointed a firearm at both victims’ heads during the crime, police said. Neither victim was injured.
Investigators said the suspects were known to the home’s resident, and the resident was targeted because the suspects thought he may have large sums of money and prescription drugs.
Riley was located and arrested today at 3445 37th St. N. with the assistance of the St. Petersburg Police Department. During interrogation, Riley admitted to taking part in the robbery, Pinellas Park police said.
Wolfe is wanted for armed home invasion robbery and is considered armed and dangerous, police said.