Multiple Suspects Arrested in Roseville Home Invasion Robbery
(Top) L to R: Alex Conwell, Davonte Cyrus, Justin Havey
(Bottom) L to R: Jacob Kichmeyer, Austin Stephens
Several suspects in a January home invasion and stabbing in Roseville have been arrested. The incident occurred on January 8th, at a home in the Highland Reserve neighborhood. The suspects are said to have broken in through a window and robbed the house while holding the homeowner at gunpoint. Several firearms were stolen, as well as other items. It appears the home was targeted by the suspects to obtain the guns.
During the investigation, Roseville Detectives connected the suspects in the home invasion to a second incident, which involved a drug deal gone badly. The deal occurred on January 9th in a parking lot near Galleria Boulevard and Roseville Parkway when a man got into a car to sell marijuana to the occupants of the vehicle.
During the drug sale, one of the buyers in the car pointed a gun at the victim. A fight then occurred which resulted in the victim being stabbed. The suspects pushed the victim out of the car and fled the scene. The victim was treated for multiple stab wounds at a local hospital.
According to the Roseville Police Department, in the last three weeks, five suspects have been arrested in connection with both incidents. Arrested were 27-year-old Jacob Matthew Kichmeyer of Roseville, 23- year-old Davonte Lee Cyrus of Rocklin and 20-year-old Austin Timothy Stephens of Rocklin. All three suspects were arrested in connection with the home invasion.
Two additional suspects were also arrested. 21-year-old Justin Havey of Rocklin and a 15-year-old male suspect also from Rocklin were arrested in connection with the stabbing incident.
There is also an outstanding warrant on a sixth suspect identified as Alex Dorian Conwell. Conwell is described as weighing about 155 pounds and being 5’9” tall. Although he has no known address, he has lived in Pittsburg, CA and Indiana, but has also been in the Sacramento/Roseville area recently.
Conwell may be armed, and anyone who has any information about his whereabouts is asked to call Detective Nakamura at 916-774-5073 or their local police.