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Police arrest three in Keene home invasion

April 03. 2013 8:16AM

KEENE - Three teens were arrested in connection with an armed home invasion last week in which a resident was threatened with a knife.

Haris Khan, 19, of Washington Ave., is charged with one count of armed robbery, while Robert Ervin, 17, of Court St., and Jonathan R. Poanessa, 17, of Toofs Drive, Winchester, are each charged with one count of criminal liability for the conduct of another.

Police said Khan played a principal role in the March 28 robbery allegedly threatening Christopher Mackey with a butterfly knife while robbing him of iPods, money, drugs and gift cards.

Ervin and Poanessa are accused of being Khan's accomplices.

All three were arraigned Tuesday in 8th Circuit Court, Keene District Division.

Police said the case remains under investigation and anyone with information is asked to call Detective Jennifer Ramey at 357-9820. To remain anonymous, information may be provided via email at

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