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Allentown teen admits role in home invasion, police say

Published On: Mar 21 2014 04:19:11 AM CDT
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -

An Allentown teen is back in trouble the with the law, police said.

Eighteen-year-old Vladimir Correa Ayala of 928 Wyoming St. is facing numerous charges in connection with a home invasion on March 6 in the city.

Correa Ayala was arrested Wednesday and charged with robbery, burglary, conspiracy and related charges.

The charges stem from his alleged involvement in a home invasion at a residence in the 200 block of N. Ninth Street that took place around 9:40 a.m.

During that robbery, several items, including TVs, a Galaxy Notepad, two laptop computers, three watches and two X-Box 360 game systems were taken, police said.

The total loss of items was estimated to be valued at around $3275.

Court documents say that Correa-Ayala, during a police interview at the Lehigh County District Attorney's office,  admitted to his role in the robbery.

Correa-Ayala is also accused of robbing three PennDOT employees as they walked to work on Hamilton Street early on the morning of March 7.