Sandusky man faces serious charges in home invasion

A 21-year-old Sandusky man faces kidnapping, robbery and assault charges for his alleged role in an armed home invasion Tuesday night on Perry Street.
Sandusky Register Staff
Oct 19, 2012

Police arrested Takye Fenderson, of the 2000 block of Foxborough Circle, within minutes of the late-night robbery.

At least two other suspects remain at large.

More disturbing, a Sandusky police report shows there was also an armed robbery in the 600 block of East Monroe St. just two hours prior to the Perry Street incident.    

For his alleged part in the home invasion, Fenderson was charged with complicity to kidnapping; aggravated robbery; felonious assault; complicity to aggravated burglary; complicity to disrupting public services; complicity to theft of the elderly; tampering with evidence; and obstructing official business.   

He remains in the Erie County jail on $125,000 bond.

Police believe the home invasion was an attempted robbery.

One man and two women were inside the home, in the 200 block of Perry St., when at about 10:30 p.m. three men stormed the house.

At least one of the robbers had a weapon, and only later did officers discover it was an air pistol handgun that looked exactly like a .45-caliber automatic.    

The robbers brutally beat 67-year-old Robert Garrett, throwing him through a glass door and yanking away his cell phone when he tried to call 911, police said.

Dispatchers and police initially thought it was a medical call, but when officers arrived they spotted four men running from the scene.

One of the men was Garrett, fleeing the attack.

Officers quickly caught Fenderson and found the air pistol handgun in a nearby yard. They searched into the early morning for the other two suspects, to no avail.  

About two hours before the home invasion, East Monroe Street resident Brian Grace, 36, called police and said three men tried to rob him while he was sitting in his parked car.

One of the men pointed a rifle at him and said, "Give it up, give up the money," a police report said.

Grace told police he pushed gun's barrel aside and fled on foot. The suspects chased him briefly before giving up, the report said.     

In addition to these two incidents, there were three other violent robberies in the Sandusky area in the past week.

It's still unknown if Fenderson or his alleged cohorts — as yet unidentified — played a role in these other incidents.    

On Oct. 11, two men robbed a convenience store clerk near Pioneer Trail when she was taking out the garbage. The men stole $300 and the woman's jacket.  

On Oct. 10, two men robbed a 35-year-old Green Springs woman as she was headed out to her car on East Adams Street.  

On Tuesday morning, two men robbed a 19-year-old Sandusky man as he was walking along the tracks. The assailants beat the man unconscious and stole his backpack, which contained a Mountain Dew, a set of headphones and a set of keys.     
 

 

Comments

kURTje

Wow. Beat a 67 y.o. Tayke I'll be glad when they have you hold the pants pocket in tha joint. P.A.B.

sick of sandtown

The headlines say Sandusky "Man", he's gonna find out what a man is when he gets to da big house... lmfao

Taxed Enough Already

yet another P O S

luvblues2

What part of Sandusky? Oh yeah, THAT part.

MrSandusky

Here soon they are going to use an "air pistol" to rob the wrong person. Then there will be some slow singing and some flower bringing. Of course I am sure that these gangs of thugs are just victims or society, right? When one of these guys makes the mistake of trying to rob the wrong guy and ends up getting shot you will hear a number of voices say it was not the thugs fault.

Lightbird

You got that right ! And, I hope we're sayin' Amen sooner rather than later.

faith-hope-love

It seems more and more, sandusky is raising nothing but life long career criminals. No wonder the descent people of this town talk about moving away.

luvblues2

No, Mr. Sandusky when one of them gets shot, they will burn their part of the city to the ground as they pillage and loot. South LA.

deertracker

Give it a rest. This is not L.A. nor will there be riots because someone protected themselves from a thug, black or white. Your perception of black people's reaction to crime is way off. Most crimes are intraracial so why would it be like L.A.?

luvblues2

Did I say anything about color of skin, deertracker? You must have taken my statement out of context.

deertracker

No I didn't. It was the context that got my attention. Don't beat around the bush. If you have something to say, say it proudly if that is what you really believe. It's your right to do so. Just own it!

luvblues2

I will state this. When a part of society feels like it is downtrodden, it usually returns with fire of some sort. The ignorant seem to burn their own down before attacking the real problem with the ammunition of intelligence. Nothing to do with skin color. Just an observation of society in general.

deertracker

I agree mostly but in L.A. the cops and the system were the issue and we all know you can't attack the cops and yes it had alot to do with skin color. That's my observation. However, in this case it seems like you have those that would rather steal than work. Eventually it will turn out real bad for them.

Lightbird

Is eventually tomorrow ?? I hope so! Citizens stand up and criminals STAND DOWN .

luvblues2

So let me get this straight, deertracker. You are saying that South LA burned down their own part of the city because they were black? I wasn't referring to color as much as I was to ignorance. THAT part of Sandusky has been proven to be IGNORANT time and time again.

I mean, gimme a break. They had a block party in the summer on Hancock where people of many cultures had shown up. Only to have had their cars broken into and people were beaten up and robbed just a couple of blocks away. That was taking advantage of a good situation and turning it into a bad one. Ignorance.

Phil Packer

Lop their heads off.

JERRY from SANDUSKY

Moderators have removed this comment because it contained Remarks that discriminate based on age, race, religion, disability, etc..

24productions

@JERRY from SANDUSKY

How do you mean?

TheIrish

SR why does this derogatory term fly but others simply do not. I bet if someone made a racist comment about African-Americans or Jewish people the mods would be quick to react. adopt a policy and adhere fairly please.

Jerry, please do not perpetuate hate. There are enough problems here without all that crazy bullstuff.

2cents

I can picture a better outcome in my mind, like in a movie. The thugs bash on the front door, it swings open, the old guy is sitting in his Lazy Boy reading the paper but has lifted his 12 GA sawed off double barrel up from beside the chair and BAM both barrels of double 00 buckshot send these jerks full of holes right back out the front door. He sets down the gun, picks up his coffee and starts reading the paper again. LOL it would be such sweet justice for what is going on in this world!

huronres1

@2cents - I totally agree with you. Have resolved to 1) have an "iron" in the night stand 2) have another in the end table 3) one at my close disposal in an undisclosed location in case 1 and 2 are not accessable quickly.
Signed: brother of a past employee of yours
P.S. Also have a sign posted: Warning....If you are found here at night you will be found here in the morning! And if the thugs fail to read that one the other says: Warning....Tresspassers will be shot. Survivors will be shot twice!

deertracker

You watch too much t v!!!!! LOL!

thinktwice

Don't cry later on when no one hires you because of your record.

ladydye_5

This kind NEVER apply for a job. THey live off the "kindness" of others.

Ohioan

Maybe locking up this punk for awhile will knock that smirk off his face, low-life scumball!!

shucks

He think he bad.

Brick Hamland

I work downtown, sometimes late at night. I am in the process of getting my CCW permit. I will be sure to hand over the $20 in my wallet and then open fire. To bad for those that have invested money into downtown business so these thugs can ruin it for everyone. Erie County needs to invest in a larger jail so that the judges can be tougher on crime and when criminals are sentenced they actually serve the full sentence (speaking of misdemeanor crimes not felonies)

Lightbird

Heads-up to all judges, police and investigators in these crimes: these perps have been well schooled in "how to help you" in order to help themselves. So, don't think that that will effectively "change" their behavior once they get off. Perhaps, for the purpose of revenue and jobs Erie County should look into building a prison or at least a larger criminal facility. The current "process" is NOT working. Perps "blah/blah/blah" and Sandusky System "thanks for the info", you can go now. Flawed from the beginning and a complete failure for these "wannabe" big time thugs. Take away this freebie interaction and put them where they belong.

concernedtruth

come to my house you piece of garbage and meet my friends Beretta and Mossberg. This has to stop, these individuals have probably been in trouble before and are escalating their violence and criminal activity. It is time for something to break in this city.

TheIrish

I want to warn any potential criminals planning a home invasion in and around west monroe street area that if you enter the wrong house, you may never make it out. I have a right to protect my family and I will protect them from you.

Pages