Another suspect in home invasion apologizes

Ira Marsh
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Another suspect in a recent Indianapolis home invasion is apologizing for his actions.

Ira Marsh, 28, said he was "sorry" to his victims as he went to court Wednesday morning. Marsh is one of the last people to be rounded up by police in the home invasion investigations.

The judge granted prosecutors more time work on charges against Marsh. Police arrested him for robbery, theft and receiving stolen property in connection with the Oct. 24th Spring Mill Road crime.

Investigators linked him to property stolen in one of the recent break-ins on the city's north side. The victims say burglars forced their way in with guns, ransacked their homes, took their personal property, forced them to withdraw money at an ATM and sexually assaulted their female victims.

Detectives working on the home invasion cases tracked some of the victim's stolen property to three pawn shops. Detectives say Marsh and three other people sold stolen property at the pawn shops shortly after the home invasion on Spring Mill Road.

When asked if he had anything to say to the families, he said, "sorry for everything that happened."

Suspects Amber Decker, who covered her face with paper, and Jade Lundy also went to court Wednesday morning. Police linked them to property stolen during the home invasion.

Prosecutors hope to have charges finalized by the end of the week against everyone arrested in the home invasion investigation.