Bullhead City Police Detectives have arrested the three suspects who were recently wanted for questioning in two separate home invasion incidents.
On August 28th, a 90-year-old man reported that at least two men forced entry into his home and tied him up while they ransacked his residence. On August 29th, police located the victim’s stolen vehicle and gun. Suspect Cody Moore, 39, lives on the same street where the stolen vehicle was located and Moore’s fingerprints were located in the stolen car.
Detectives were searching for Cody Moore and another possible suspect, Eddie Ray Hunnel, 39, for their involvement in this home invasion robbery/kidnapping case.
On September 12th, police received information on their whereabouts. At approximately 5 p.m., police surrounded an apartment in the 1500 block of Monte Vista Drive where the two suspects had been spotted. Two females exited the apartment and lied to police when questioned. After a brief standoff, police discovered that Moore and Hunnel had climbed through the ceiling and were hiding in the vacant neighboring apartment. They were both arrested without incident.
Moore faces charges of aggravated robbery, armed robbery, theft of means of transportation, prohibited possessor and a parole violation out of the Arizona Department of Corrections.
After further investigation, Hunnel will not face robbery charges. Hunnel was arrested for a probation violation felony warrant.
Police are now searching for Robert Cody Atkins, 28, who is wanted for questioning for his involvement in the home invasion. Please contact the Bullhead City Police Department at (928) 763-1999 if you have any information on Atkins whereabouts. (Atkins photo is attached)
Detectives also arrested the two females, Shirley Star Senseney, 29, and Stephanie Anne Perkins, 34, for hindering prosecution.
On August 16th, an 89-year-old woman, in the 1800 block of Del Norte Drive, reported that an armed man entered her home and demanded money. The suspect in this separate home invasion incident was Eric Floyd, 25. Police arrested Floyd on September 6th for trafficking in stolen property regarding a separate investigation. At this time, he does not face charges in connection with the Del Norte Drive home invasion. This home invasion robbery is still under investigation.