Home Invasion Suspect Released on Own Recognizance


One of three people charged in the home invasion of an elderly man in Jewett was in court Feb. 3 appeared in Harrison County.

Kara Clark was in court for a motion hearing to address her bond. She was released on her own recognizance. 

The next court date was not set.

Clark was allegedly part of a home invasion on July 23, 2014 along with Autumn Stabile and Bryan Nicosia. Authorities said the three went to the home of a 71-year-old elderly man who Stabile had associated with, assaulted him, bound him with duct-tape and tied him up with an electric cord and left him in the bathroom as they robbed his home.

Related Story: Nicosia Pleads Guilty to Involvement in 2014 Home Invasion

The victim suffered fractures to the face, a broken nose and internal injuries.

Clark was arrested days after the incident in Brilliant after Stabile, who turned herself in to police, gave Clark’s name to authorities.

Stabile pleaded guilty to obstruction after a plea agreement was reached.

Nicosia pleaded guilty to his charges. He faces up to 19 years in prison.

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