ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A suspect in a Muldoon home-invasion robbery attempt early Thursday morning that left two suspects dead after they were shot by the homeowner was accidentally released on bail, but later turned herself in.
Ursula Pico, 21, was not at the scene of the robbery, 55-year-old Larry James' trailer home on Muldoon Road, but Anchorage police say she knew of a plan to rob James. She was charged with conspiracy and tampering with evidence.
Another surviving suspect in the robbery, 18-year-old Brian Pfister was arraigned at Anchorage Jail Court Friday afternoon with charges of first-degree robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery, first-degree burglary, and second-degree assault.
APD said Pfister was outside James' trailer home and was seen running away after two 19-year-olds, Maurice T.R. Johnson and Joseph Trantham, forced their way inside and assaulted James demanding money and drugs.