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Five Plead Guilty in Ardsley Home Invasion

The defendants currently await their sentencing dates.

Five Westchester residents have plead guilty in a April 23 home invasion where an Ardsley family was bound and gagged with duct tape and robbed for thousands of dollars at gunpoint.

“Diligent detective work by the Ardsley Police Department along with high-tech forensic assistance from my office resulted in the arrest and prosecution of these five defendants for committing a violent home invasion,” said Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore.

  • Richard G. Davis, 31, of New Rochelle, will be sentenced on Feb. 5 and pled guilty to one count of robbery in the first degree, a Class “B” violent felony
  • Exander Rosado, 19, of Yonkers will be sentenced on Jan. 29 and pled guilty to one count of burglary in the first degree, a Class “B” violent felony
  • Anibal Rosado, 20, of New Rochelle, will be sentenced on Jan. 29 and pled guilty to one count of burglary in the first degree, a Class “B” violent felony
  • Pamela Zimba, 25, of New Rochelle, will be sentenced on Feb. 26 and plead guilty to one count of burglary in the first degree, a Class “B” violent felony
  • Kadeedra Moore, 24, of New Rochelle, New York, will be sentenced on March 5 and pled guilty to one count of attempted burglary in the second degree, a class “D” violent felony

The Rosado brothers and Davis were accused of waving a gun and demanding cash as then entered the Bramblebrook Road home around 6 p.m. with four family members inside (three children and one adult), gaining entrance through a back sliding door, according to law enforcement officials.

Zimba, who previously worked for the homeowner, was monitoring the situation over the phone, while Moore waited outside in the getaway car.

The younger son and daughter were sent to a guest bedroom, where they hid under the covers. About $45,000 was stolen from the home office.

Four of the five defendants were arrested on July 6, as Davis, was in county jail at the time on an unrelated gun charge, and later arrested on July 9.

The maximum sentence on burglary in the first degree is 25 years in state prison, the maximum sentence on attempted burglary in the second degree is 7 years in state prison.

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