Police use thermal imaging to find 4th home invasion suspect hiding in Madison

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SWAT officers used thermal imaging equipment to find a 4th home invasion suspect hiding in the attic at a house in Madison. Brandon Jones, 28, was arrested, ending a day-long standoff.

Two hours earlier, Jamarious D. Jackson, 30, was captured, also hiding in the attic, after police used gas to get him to come out.

Two more suspects surrendered Tuesday afternoon: Maurice Bowers, 30, and Torrey Glen, 37. 

Police say the 4 men invaded the home at 1120 Florence Ave. just before 9 a.m.

Five people, including three children, ran from the house after police arrived Tuesday morning.

The gunmen barricaded themselves inside for hours. Police were talking to them over a PA system, trying to get them to surrender. 

Police from Hermitage and Madison precincts were on the scene, along with negotiators, a K-9 team, and a helicopter overhead. They went door to door talking to neighbors.

Police say all 4 suspects have been arrested before.

  • Brandon Jones has robbery and burglary convictions from Sumner County
  • Jamarious Jackson was free on bond after an arrest last month on cocaine charges
  • Maurice Bowers and Torrey Glen are convicted felons

Elmore Road was shut down at Gallatin Pike virtually all day. 

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