Fayetteville Police arrested two males in connection with a burglary in the early hours on Thursday.
James Reddick, 22, and Jacarius Jordan, 22, were arrested Thursday for residential burglary, theft and false imprisonment.
Police were dispatched to a burglary report on Zenith Loop on Thursday morning.
Police say the suspects entered the residence on Zenith by cutting a screen on a window. The victim told police that Reddick pulled out a black handgun and told the him to turn around.
The victim says Reddick demanded money. Police say the victim handed Reddick $335.
According to the police report, Reddick told the victim to knock on the roommates door, which prompted the roommate to call police.
The victim also says Jordan was holding a pink electric stun gun.
A third-party witness say they saw the suspects exit the window of the victim’s residence and leave in a black charger.
According to police, a black charger was seen leaving the area shortly after the burglary was reported. Police followed the car and ran the license plate.
The license plate returned to belong to a different car and a stop was initiated.
Police searched the car and found a black BB gun broken into pieces, a pink electric stun gun and $335.
Both suspects were arrested and taken to the Washington County Detention Center.