Three men arrested for December home invasion robbery; the same three were previously arrested for shooting into the same apartment in a different incident


Antonio Marcellous Bowers, Jr., 20, Dekwan André Howard, 22, and Dennis Greg Singleton, Jr., 24, were arrested today on a home invasion robbery charge from an incident in December. The same three were arrested in December and charged with shooting into an occupied building.

According to the arrest report, the incident happened at about 10:00 p.m. on December 13 at Point West Apartments, at the same apartment they are accused of shooting into on December 28. A woman was alone in her boyfriend’s apartment and had been instructed to sell marijuana to a man while the boyfriend was away. The woman said that the man kept looking around the apartment and acting in a way that made her suspicious. After he left, she went into the bedroom and lay down with her back to the door. She said she heard a loud crash and saw a man later identified as Howard pointing a gun at her. When she tried to use her phone to call for help, she said the man took her phone from her.

She said a man later identified as Singleton was in the other bedroom, searching for and stealing items and that a third man, later identified as Bowers, also stole items that included a gun, cash, and marijuana. A second gun was also stolen.

Both stolen guns were recovered in Singleton’s vehicle during the investigation of the December 28 shooting, and the shell casings from that shooting matched the two stolen guns.

The victim told detectives that the intruders had entered by breaking a sliding glass door using what appeared to be a rust-colored vehicle jack; a rusted piece of a vehicle jack was later found in Howard’s car during the execution of a search warrant. The victim positively identified all three in separate photo lineups, and phone records for Singleton and Howard showed that they were in the area of Point West Apartments during the robbery.

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Bowers was most recently adjudicated guilty of a third-degree felony, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, on March 1, 2022, and was sentenced to 63 days in jail with credit for 63 days served. He is being held on $500,000 bail.

Howard is being held on $750,000 bail.

Singleton was arrested by Santa Fe Police Department in November 2021 after refusing to get out of his car for 30 minutes; officers eventually broke the window and pulled him out. 20 grams of marijuana and a concealed gun were found in the car, but he pleaded nolo contendere to a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest and was fined $376 on March 7, 2022. He is being held on $400,000 bail.

Articles about arrests are based on reports from law enforcement agencies. The charges listed are taken from the arrest report and/or court records and are only accusations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

  • Ok…the bonds are more appropriate now…is the SAO
    Reading the chronicle and getting the message now? Swift
    & severe punishment should work…if it doesn’t , then I’ll
    Think it always should have…10,20, life! Where’s the social justice murals on buses & city parks saying “guns &
    Drugs are bad and that crime doesn’t pay”? I guess it’s good for Rodney’s biz is why..

  • P.F. it is good to see the SAO taking action to protect the innocent, hard working people living in these complexes.

  • What I find so sad is that they just look empty in their eyes. They don’t have any hopes or dreams, except to be rich from stealing other people’s stuff, I guess….

  • And….surprise surprise…..golly gee Wally it’s the usual suspects. Shazam! Even Gomer could see who B doin what nowadays. Thank God Joke Biden made lynching double illegal now these fine citizens can redeem themselves. Right?

    • you have a serious problem just say you’re racist! you clearly have a resentment towards BLACK people being that we’re aware of where lynching stems from. you’re sick

  • WTF are their lawyers and judges, bail bondsmen, and addresses? Dox them and start protesting there now.

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