WARNER ROBINS -- Residents of a Red Fox Run mobile home were robbed at knifepoint and gunpoint Sunday night.
According to a Houston County Sheriffs Office incident report, a woman knocked on the door of the mobile home about 10:20 p.m.. As she walked into the mobile home, two males came in behind her -- one armed with a knife and the other with a gun.
They forced the three men living there to the living room floor and robbed them of the cash they had with them, the report stated. A cellphone also was stolen.
The suspects fled in a white Ford Ranger pickup that had front-end damage, the report stated.
Jordan Dozier Smith, 23, of Warner Robins, was charged with aggravated assault, armed robbery, terroristic threats, obstruction of an officer and possession of a weapon during a crime, jail records show.
Brittany Nicole Gordoa-Paz, 25, of Warner Robins, was charged with being party to the armed robbery. She allegedly was the woman who knocked on the door, said Houston County sheriffs Capt. Jon Holland.
Authorities were looking Monday afternoon for a third and possibly a fourth suspect who may be involved, Holland said.
The mobile home is located inside the Red Fox Run mobile home park off Russell Parkway.
Anyone with information on the home invasion is asked to call Lt. Dave Carrick at 542-2080 or 542-2085.
Staff writer Liz Fabian contributed to this report.
To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559