NewsLocal News


2 men wanted for armed home invasion robbery in Gadsden County

Posted at 2:46 PM, Jan 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-27 14:46:14-05

GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) — A warrant has been issued for two men suspected in an armed home invasion robbery targeting a Hispanic victim in Gadsden County over the summer.

The State Attorney’s Office of the Second Judicial Circuit has been working with the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office to investigate a series of armed home invasion robberies in the Mt. Pleasant and Greensboro communities on the morning of August 30, 2019.

Authorities say Hispanic people were targeted in the crimes. Now, an arrest warrant has been issued for two suspects.

They say Vornell Davis, Carlton Bell Jr. and an unknown masked subject armed with an AK-47 style assault rifle broke into a home with Davion Davis and held a victim at gunpoint while the group stole items from the home.

Those items included a small handheld safe and approximately $10,000 total in cash. Investigators say Davion Davis stood as a lookout during the crime and all four subjects left the home together.

GCSO says Vornell Davis was arrested in Leon County on Jan. 7 for violation of probation. He was additionally charged with armed home invasion robbery with a firearm.

On Jan. 23, warrants were issued charging Carlton Bell Jr. and Davion Davis with armed home invasion robbery with a firearm. The fourth suspect has not been identified.

Both Davion Davis and Carlton Bell Jr. remain at large as of Monday.

Authorities say Davion Davis may possibly be living in Leon County with an unknown woman. Carlton Bell Jr. has lived at addresses in Gadsden, Leon and Bay counties but family members say Bell may be in Bay County.

People are asked to use extreme caution if you see these men. if you see them or hear that they have been arrested, you are asked to contact State Attorney Investigator Matt Rowan (850-545-9864).