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2 wanted, 1 arrested for Houma home invasion

Chasity Gaddis, 25; Jennifer Truxillo, 31; Breiun Folse, 33 (Source: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office) Chasity Gaddis, 25; Jennifer Truxillo, 31; Breiun Folse, 33 (Source: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office)
HOUMA, LA (WVUE) -

Terrebonne Parish sheriff's deputies are looking for a man and a woman accused of a home invasion.

Investigators said a woman living in Santiago Ct. in Houma let Chasity Gaddis, 25, into her home Saturday night. While Gaddis was inside, a man identified as Breiun Folse, 33, forced his way into the residence armed with a handgun. He allegedly robbed the victim and fled the scene, according to deputies.

After questioning on Wednesday, detectives determined Gaddis was involved in the home invasion. She was arrested and booked into the Terrebonne jail on one count of home invasion.

A third suspect in the case has been identified as Jennifer Truxillo, 31. It is unclear how she was involved in the crime.

Warrants have been issued for Folse and Truxillo. If anyone has any information as to their whereabouts, please contact TPSO or Crimestoppers.

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