WOODSTOCK – Two men arrested Saturday on charges of felony robbery have criminal histories, and one was on probation.
Darion Alexander Henry, 19, of Front Royal, was charged with multiple counts of malicious wounding and felony robbery with a firearm. The other man, Ronald Stiles, 29, of Strasburg, was charged with three counts of felony robbery. Both men appeared in court Monday morning and are being held without bond.
Stiles’ history includes similar charges as well as trespassing and petit larceny. According to court documents, Stiles was on probation in Prince William County and has pending charges of violating his probation.
Henry has pending charges for two counts of petit larceny, two counts of grand larceny and conspiracy to steal a firearm, according to court documents.
According to the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office, Henry and Stiles, along with three other men, invaded a home in Woodstock on Feb. 20. Three people in the house were assaulted during the invasion and one had to be taken to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.
Kolter Stroop, an investigator with the Sheriff’s Office, said all of the suspects have been identified and one was arrested Tuesday morning.
Queajuan Wilkerson, 22, of Strasburg, was arrested Tuesday and charged with three counts of robbery.
Stroop said the Sheriff’s Office has placed warrants of arrest out for Tyjone Carter, 18, of Strasburg, and Michael Jenkins, 25, of Mansfield, Tennessee.
Stroop said Stiles and Henry were arrested together at Stiles’ home Saturday after one of the victims told officers that Stiles was involved.
Officers confronted Stiles at his home, where he consented to a search, and officers found “incriminating evidence,” Stroop said. Items included cash, gaming systems and shoes.
The Sheriff’s Office is not prepared to release the motive for the invasion, Stroop said, but he said that the men knew at least two of the victims.
“It was definitely not a random incident,” Stroop said. “It was planned, and they knew where they were going.”