Three people charged after elderly residents held at gunpoint in Elmira home invasion

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ELMIRA, N.Y. (WETM) – Three Rochester residents are facing robbery and burglary charges after a seven-month investigation into a home invasion where elderly residents were held at gunpoint.

According to New York State Police, on Nov. 18, 2020, members of the West Elmira Police Department and New York State Police, out of the Horseheads Barracks, responded to a residence in the town of Elmira for a reported home invasion robbery. Early in the investigation, West Elmira Police say the home invasion happened on Hillbrook Road.

State Police say several elderly female residents were restrained with duct tape and zip ties as the home invaders held them at gunpoint and stole property from the home.

Myrone L. Warr, 39, Benny T. Warr, 60, and Bryan A. Warr, 61, were all indicted by a Chemung County Grand Jury for Robbery 1st a B Felony and Burglary 1st a B Felony. Myrone Warr and Bryan Warr are currently being held in the Chemung County Jail and Benny Warr is being held in the Monroe County Jail pending further court action. 

Mugshots of Myrone Warr and Bryan Warr were provided by the Chemung County Sheriff’s Office. A mugshot for Benny Warr was not immediately made available by the Monroe County Jail.

The New York State Police were assisted with the investigation by the West Elmira Police Department

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