WEST CHESTER, PA — The Chester County District Attorney’s Office announced a Chester County jury found Renada Myers, 25, of Coatesville, guilty of burglary, robbery, criminal conspiracy, prostitution, and related charges. The charges stemmed from a 2018 incident at a 44-year old victim’s house in Pennsbury Township, PA, after the defendant solicited sex with the victim. The defendant will be sentenced at a later date.
District Attorney Deb Ryan said, “The defendant and her accomplices planned the burglary, robbery and assault of the victim and then carried them out with brutality. We thank the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) for its work on this case and for keeping the residents of Chester County safe.”
On August 8, 2018, Avondale PSP received a call about a home invasion robbery at a house in the 500-block of Baltimore Pike, Pennsbury Township. The victim reported being physically assaulted by two male suspects and suffered significant injuries to his head, face, ear, and hand. The suspects stole five firearms, $200 in cash, watches, and the victim’s iPhone and car keys.
The victim texted the defendant, with whom he had paid for sex earlier that year, to arrange another sexual encounter at his home on Aug. 7, 2021. As the defendant left, two male accomplices forced their way into the house. The victim was assaulted, held at gunpoint, and restrained with extension cords by one accomplice as the other ransacked the house. At one point, the victim was forced to unlock his gun safe, and the accomplices removed five handguns.
The victim managed to escape out a rear bedroom window and call the police after the accomplices left.
Police arrested one accomplice on August 10, 2018, during a traffic stop for a stolen vehicle and found one of the stolen handguns in his possession.
The Pennsylvania State Police investigated. Assistant District Attorneys Alexis Shaw and Ana Shubert-Baranowski were the prosecutors.
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