James Kelley was found in North Carolina on Friday.

4th person arrested in home invasion case in which $100K was stolen

A fourth person has been arrested in connection with a January home invasion in Hall County in which $100,000 in cash was taken, a sheriff’s official said Monday.

James Henry Kelley IV, 38, was taken into custody in Snow Hill, N.C., on Friday. He was charged with aggravated assault, home invasion, kidnapping and armed robbery, according to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office.

No bond has been set, and a committal hearing is scheduled for Oct. 8.

Kelley had been previously identified and wanted by authorities.

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Last month, three other suspects were arrested.

Amanda Ashley Tyson, 33, and James Glenn Tyson, 36, both of Lula, were charged with conspiracy to commit home invasion and conspiracy to commit armed robbery, sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Scott Ware said. Christopher Blaine Ward, 30, of Atlanta, was charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault, kidnapping and home invasion.

James Glenn Tyson (from left), Amanda Ashley Tyson, Christopher Blaine Ward (Photo: Hall County Sheriff’s Office)

According to the sheriff’s office, Ward and Kelley entered a home in the 5900 block of Chattahoochee Street in Lula on Jan. 22.

Both were armed and aimed their guns at the three victims. One of the victims was hit in the head with a handgun during the incident.

Ward and Kelley stole the money from a safe in the house, Ware said.

The victims, according to the sheriff’s office, were acquainted with Amanda Tyson.

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