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Three people are behind bars after an attempted robbery early Wednesday morning.
It happened on the 1600 block of Danora around 2:30a.m.
When officers arrived, the home owner said that the suspect had just ran out of the house. They were able to track him down a few blocks away, where he was put into custody. Police later learned of two more accomplices involved in the incident, who were also quickly arrested in a nearby house.
Officers believe that they gained entry through a rear window and exited out a rear door. The home owner was not injured and no items were believed to be taken.
19-year-old Paul Anthony Spyker, 20-year-old John Kirk Downward Jr. and 19-year-old Thomas John Baker, all from Lansing, were arraigned on one count of felony home invasion. They're all being held on $15,000 bond.
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