NORTH WEBSTER — A third arrest has been made in the North Webster armed robbery that occurred on April 11.
Cody Stuckman, 22, 5430 North CR 900E, North Webster, is charged with aiding, inducing or causing burglary, a level 2 felony; aiding, inducing or causing robbery with a deadly weapon, a level 3 felony; and aiding, inducing or causing theft, a level 6 felony.
Daniel Joseph Edgar, 30, Topeka, and Jesse James Roberson, 19, North Webster, were arrested last week for the incident. Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Deputies responded at 5:29 a.m. on April 11 to the location of 8915 East, CR 500N, North Webster, after receiving a 911 call of an armed robbery at the residence. Officers arrived and met with the homeowners who stated that two male subjects entered into the house, armed with a long gun and demanded entry into the gun safe.
After Edgar and Roberson were arrested, officers received information that Stuckman was friends of the two. Stuckman talked with officers and admitted to driving Roberson to a certain location and returning later to pick him up. Roberson and Edgar entered his vehicle carrying a pillowcase and a bag filled with stolen items.
Stuckman provided his cellphone and consented for it to be searched. In the phone were phone conversations that arranged the drop-off and pick-up locations for the robbery.
Roberson advised that Stuckman had contributed to the planning of the robbery. According to Roberson, Stuckman stated he did not want to go inside the residence, but would provide transportation. After the robbery, the stolen property was divided between the three men.
Stuckman was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail on April 16 with a $50,250 surety and cash bond.