Four suspects in a Massena burglary were arrested Monday.

State Police received a report at 3:32 p.m. Dec. 5 from Sandra L. Dupuis, of Massena, saying that three men entered her house asking for her daughter, but she didn't recognize the men.

While one was questioning her about her daughter's whereabouts and that her daughter owed him $250,000, one of the men, Dupuis said, went upstairs looking for her daughter. They left the house with an iPad and an apron filled with tip money.

Dupuis told police they got in a newer model orange Ford Mustang with a black stripe on the side, that was being driven by a fourth male.

Later in the day, police arrested four men in connection with the home invasion.

Chris Lavine, 34, of Norwood, was arrested at his home, while the other three were arrested in the parking lot of the Ground Round in Plattsburgh.

The other three suspects are Edwin Spears, 37, of Neptune; Derek Falls, 42, of Montreal, Quebec; and Philippe Dravel Nadon, 22, of Houlseines, Quebec.

All four face felony charges of third-degree burglary and second-degree burglary.

They were arraigned in Massena Town Court and committed to St. Lawrence County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail or $100,000 bail bond.

They are due back in court on Dec. 8.

— By Staff Writer Rebecca Webster

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