On the morning of June 22, 2016, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a possible home invasion at a residence on Wann Circle in Pisgah, AL. Upon arriving at the scene, deputies found a female victim who claimed that several male subjects forced entry into her residence, tied her up and held her at gunpoint while they burglarized the residence. Witness information was obtained and a BOLO was requested from law enforcement agencies in Jackson and Dekalb Counties. While looking for the suspects, patrol Officers from the Scottsboro Police Department noticed a black SUV occupied by suspects matching the descriptions of the suspects, traveling on Highway 35 near the Tennessee river bridge. A traffic stop was conducted and the occupants were detained. During a search of the vehicle, the property taken in the burglary was located, along with a pistol, rubber gloves, head covers, and burglary tools believed to have been used in the crime. The pistol is believed to have been stolen several weeks ago in a car break-in near the boat docks at the Jackson County Park. Investigators from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and Scottsboro Police Department processed the vehicle and recovered all pertinent evidence. The property recovered totaled approximately $5,740 in value. Arrested in connection with this investigation were: Jallen HAMMONDS age 16 of Scottsboro, Tyson WOODS age 16 of Scottsboro, Dylan McQueen age 17 of Scottsboro and Hector GUEVARA age 18 of Scottsboro. All suspects were charged with Burglary 1st degree, Kidnapping 1st degree, Robbery 1st degree, Possession of Burglary Tools, Theft of Property 2nd degree (x3), and Menacing. All Suspects were charged as adults due to the severity and violent nature of these alleged crimes. All were placed in the Jackson County Jail and bond has not yet been set.