Home-invasion group armed with an assault rifle By Nic Corbett DEMOCRAT STAFF WRITER Print Email to a friend Subscribe http://www.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071213/NEWS01/712130340/1010 Four men have been arrested in connection with a home-invasion robbery earlier this week where one man was armed with a high-powered assault rifle. The victims weren't injured, according to Tallahassee police. Arrested were Floyd Washington III, 21; Vandolis Jackson, 18; Gary Speight, 18; and Andrew Clinton-Baker, 19. Police say four men barged into a house in the 3100 block of South Fulmer Circle at 3 a.m. Tuesday. An 18-year-old woman and two 19-year-old men were asleep inside. The men demanded cash and then began ransacking the place, punching holes in the walls, breaking mirrors and turning furniture over, TPD spokesman David McCranie said. They locked the three teenagers in a closet and then drove away in the woman's 1994 Toyota, McCranie said. One of the men carried an AR-15 rifle loaded with bullets that can penetrate bullet-resistant glass and armored trucks, McCranie said. The other three carried handguns. A Leon County sheriff's deputy spotted the Toyota on Mahan Drive shortly after the robbery. The men jumped out of the car when they reached a dead-end at Pointe Court and ran into the woods. Officer Kirk Watson and police dog Blaze found two of the men about 4 a.m. and he discovered the rifle. A handgun was found later. The other two men were caught later in the evening.