Six men ages 18-19 years old, were arrested on Dec. 4 stemming from an incident where they allegedly committed a home invasion in the 1500 block of Mulberry Circle on Dec. at around 10 p.m.

"Two adult females, one adult male and one child were in the home during the home invasion," Dodge City Police Chief Drew Francis said. "One of the victims received minor injuries during the incident.

"During the course of the investigation, six adult male suspects were identified and arrested.

"An additional adult male was arrested for felony obstruction during the execution of search warrants regarding this investigation.

"This is an ongoing and active investigation and no further information is being released at this time.

According to Francis, the alleged crimes include aggravated burglary, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated child endangerment and criminal threat.

The suspects arrested in the case are: Torion Sautane Neloms, 19; Damias Nykevian Ward, 18; John Clayton Zion, 19; Corlan Gregory Hymes, 18, Andrew C Morton IV, 18 and Rodshon Jhamauri-Lamar Williams, 18.

Neloms, Ward, Zion, Hymes, Morton and Williams all face charges of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated endangering a child, criminal threat, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary.

Shammah Gray-Brooks, 19, faces charges of felony obstruction that took place during the execution of the search warrant.

"Aggravated kidnapping is a severity level 1 person felony and can be punished by between 147 months imprisonment with Kansas Department of Corrections up to a maximum of 653 months imprisonment with KDOC," Ford County Attorney Kevin Salzman said. "Kidnapping and aggravated robbery are both severity level 3 person felonies and can be punished by between 55 months imprisonment with KDOC up to a maximum of 247 months imprisonment with KDOC.

"According to the pop log/booking information from the detention center, these would be the three most severe charges that could potentially be filed against the defendants."

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