Police are on the hunt for a robbery suspect who investigators believe is also linked to a triple homicide in Greene County.
Two felony warrants have already been issued for Taybronne Altereik White. White is currently wanted on 2 felony warrants for armed burglary and malicious wounding, stemming from a home invasion and attempted robbery overnight Tuesday on Ford Avenue in Stanardsville. Investigators believe it may have started a fatal chain reaction. While police were investigating the home invasion, they received a 911 call about bodies on a road nearby.
Police have previously said they believe there is a connection between the murders, the home invasion and a bullet-ridden, blood-stained car found in Albemarle County off of Rio Road. Click here for more information on the home invasion and triple murder investigation.
White has previously been charged in Albemarle County on other offenses, ranging from petit larceny to felony malicious wounding. He also had been charged with a parole violation, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and a charge of assault and battery.
White is the first named suspect in this case. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Investigators are asking anyone with information on Taybronne White - and his whereabouts - to come forward. If you know where Taybronne White is you're asked to call the Greene County Sheriff's Office or the CrimeStoppers hotline at 434-989-2110.
Greene County Sheriff's Office 8pm News Release
On May 3rd, 2011 at approximately 2:20am suspect(s) forced their way into an occupied home in the 900 block of Ford Avenue in Stanardsville Virginia. One victim sustained non- life threatening injuries during the incident.
At this time the Greene County Sheriff's Office is actively looking for Taybronne Altereik White a 26 year old African American male of Charlottesville, Virginia. (See attached photo).
We have in our possession (1) Felony Warrant of Arrest for burglary while armed and (1) Felony Warrant of Arrest for malicious wounding. Anyone who has any information of his whereabouts is asked to call the Greene County Sheriff's Office, the Crime Stoppers Hotline or their local law enforcement agency. This subject is to be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approach by the general public. Please use extreme caution if encountered.
We still ask that anyone who may have any information to please contact the Greene County Sheriff's Office at 434-985-2222 or our Crime Stoppers Hotline at 434-989-2110 or 434-977-4000.
Thank you Major Randall Snead Greene County Sheriff's Office