UPDATE: Arrests made after Tuesday home invasion

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WDTV) -- Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston says arrests have been made in connection to Tuesday morning's home invasion.

Police arrested 23-year-old Donnell Jones of New York, 24-year-old Jared Tyrone Cook of North Carolina and 19-year-old Stephen Cotterell of New York, after a "high risk" traffic stop on Beechurst Avenue Tuesday morning. They've all been charged with armed robbery and conspiracy charges.

According to a press release, four men forced their way into an apartment on Forest Avenue and demanded drugs from the people inside. The victim's didn't have drugs, but the four allegedly stole $10,000 in cash, a shotgun, prescription pills, electronic devices, and jewelry.

After the traffic stop, officers continued to follow leads, and were executing a search warrant at a home on Beechurst Avenue, when they allegedly saw suspects breaking into the home.

There, they arrested and 21-year-old David Long Morgantown and charged him with drug and and possession of stolen property charges.

All four men are being held at the North Central Regional Jail.

Chief Preston says the case is still under investigation, additional charges may be pending. If you have any information on this incident, call the Morgantown Detective Division at 304-284-7522