UNITY, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- State police have made three arrests and have also found and arrested a fourth person they had been looking for in connection with a home invasion in Unity on Tuesday.
Department of Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland said state police were called to a home on Wanning Road in Unity around 1 a.m. Tuesday for the report of a home invasion.
Police said three men forced their way into the home, which is owned by a 72-year-old woman.
The woman woke up and found the men dressed in dark clothing in her bedroom demanding drugs and money.
The victim was not injured, and was able to call 911 after an undisclosed amount of cash and her cell phone were stolen.
19-year-old Paige Lanctot from Skowhegan, 18-year-old Alexander Salvas from Skowhegan, and 22-year-old Bryan Gower from Waterville were all arrested last week in connection with the home invasion.
Police said Lanctot was charged with criminal conspiracy and is free on $1,000 bail.
Salvas and Gower were both charged with burglary and robbery and are being held at Waldo County Jail on $5,000 bail.
Police had also been searching for 27-year-old Danny Green from the Waterville area. Police said he was arrested Sunday afternoon at a friend's home in Winslow without incident, and was also charged in connection with the home invasion. He was subsequently taken to Waldo County Jail in Belfast.