Police got a jump on a home invasion that ended in a fatality Tuesday after a neighbor on Florida Street saw "two black males armed with long guns kick in a door and go into the residence."
The two home invaders were still inside at 1332 Florida when officers surrounded the residence where police later found drugs stashed.
Police said they began calling people out using a loudspeaker in one of the patrol cars.
Several officers in the rear of the residence saw a black male standing in one of the windows while holding a long gun. He exited the window and, while attempting to flee, he pointed a rifle at the officers. A number of shots were then fired, killing Ronald Wright.
The other home invader, Kevin Williams, 18, stayed inside the house. He is charged with four counts of aggravated robbery and two of attempted aggravated robbery.
Meanwhile, a third suspect involved with the robbery has been arrested. He has been identified as Emory Q. Jackson, 32. He was charged with facilitation of a felony.
Williams told police he and Wright went to the residence to carry out a robbery. He said his job was to hold the victims at gunpoint, while Wright collected items to take.
He said he saw Wright collect some pill bottles and put them in his pocket.
Wright's body was searched at the medical examiner's office and in one of his pockets was found pill bottles belonging to Logan Neff, who was at the house. Another pocket held a cell phone that belongs to Adam Vogelmeier, another person who was inside.
Taylor Worley, who was in the residence, said Wright took $7 from him.
Police said Wright would likely have gathered in other items except for the fact that police interrupted the home invasion.
Vogelmeier, 24, wound up being arrested after police found the drugs inside.
He is charged with possession of oxycontin for resale, possession of marijuana for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm during commission of a crime or attempt to commit a crime.