Second Suspect in West Haven Home Invasion Arrested

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    West Haven Police
    Daniel Schebell is accused of committing a home invasion in West Haven.

    When two intruders broke into a home on Myrtle Avenue in West Haven in December, the residents fought back. They subdued one and stabbed another, according to police.

    Police arrested one suspect in December. The residents overpowered Roderick Lewis, 25, of New Haven, disarmed him and subdued him until police arrived, police said.

    The residents stabbed the other intruder several times, but he was able to run, police said.
    Police have identified him as Daniel Schebell, 25, of Lombard Street in New Haven/

    Police said he had fled the state and was arrested on Monday.

    Schebell was charged with two probation violations and bond was set at $100,000.

    Police said additional charges are coming in connection with the home invasion case.

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