Man Arrested in Another Home Invasion
Alvin Wright stands accused of a home invasion and attack in Port Richey, in addition to one in New Port Richey.
A man already accused of invading a New Port Richey home and attacking the occupants has been accused in another home invasion.
Alvin Wright, 24, was arrested Nov. 29 after allegedly invading a High Street home, pistol whipping the two people inside and leading police on a chase.
He was booked into the Land O’ Lakes jail and still there Monday, Dec. 10, when the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office charged him in a second home invasion and attack.
On Nov. 18, a woman was on the screened porch of her apartment on Robolina Rd. in Port Richey when Wright tore through a screen panel and attacked her, according to the arrest report. He was armed with a pistol and struck the woman with it several times about the head and face. Then he forced into the apartment and pushed her to the floor of the living room.
He told a male in the room to “give me what I want” and then began hitting him about the head and face with a gun.
He took cash, prescription pills and a laptop from the home and fle. He was later identified using a photo pack and arrested while at the jail.
Wright was charged with home invasion robbery with a firearm and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon in the Nov. 18 case. Those are in addition to a slew of other charges already imposed on Wright. He remained in jail Tuesday in lieu of $30,150 bail.