Nicosia Pleads Guilty to Involvement in 2014 Home Invasion in Jewett


One of three suspects in a home invasion where an elderly man was tied up and beaten pleaded guilty to several charges Feb. 3 in Harrison County court.

Bryan Nicosia pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery, felonious assault and unlawful restraint for his involvement in a home invasion on July 23, 2014 in Jewett.

The Jewett Police Department said Nicosia, along with Kara Clark and Autumn Stabile, 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.

The three were able to get away with $4,000 in gold coins and cash.

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

Clark and Stabile were arrested a few days after the robbery, but Nicosia remained on the run for more than two weeks. U.S. Marshals Nicosia in Detroit after receiving numerous tips and conducting various interviews during their investigation. 

Nicosia faces up to 19 years in prison. 

Stabile pleaded guilty back in October of 2014 to obstruction of justice after a plea agreement was reached. Her previous charges of complicity to kidnapping and complicity to aggravated burglary were dismissed.

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Clark was scheduled to appear in court about 3 p.m. Feb. 3.

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