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Updated: Third Arrest Made in Salisbury Home Invasion

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Pictured from left: Lisa Stanford, Michael Brown and Kevin Giddens Pictured from left: Lisa Stanford, Michael Brown and Kevin Giddens

SALISBURY, Md.- Police have arrested the third and final suspect wanted in connection with a Salisbury home invasion that left a 69-year-old man injured after he was beaten by baseball bats.

Salisbury police said 35-year-old Kevin Giddens of Salisbury was located by members of the Capitol Area Region Fugitive Task Force on Thursday, May 18 and taken into custody without incident. He is being held at the Wicomico County Detention Center. 

According to police, the crime happened the afternoon of May 11 at a home on the 300 block of Naylor Street. Police said the victim was inside his home when two suspects entered and immediately struck him multiple times with baseball bats prior to fleeing.

The victim received a number of serious injuries to include significant cuts and multiple broken bones, according to police.

Through investigation, detectives said they were able to identify the two suspects as Giddens and 18-year-old Michael Brown, of Salisbury. Indications are that the incident stemmed from an unpaid debt, police said.

In addition, detectives said they developed information that 52-year-old Lisa Stanford, also of Salisbury, was an accomplice in the incident.

Stanford was arrested during the initial investigation. Brown was arrested at an address in Salisbury on May 15 by members of the Capitol Area
Region Fugitive Task Force.

All three suspects are charged with attempted murder, assault, home invasion and related offenses and are being held at the Wicomico County Detention Center.

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