Waltham Police arrested a Belmont man last week after he and another suspect allegedly committed a brazen day-time home invasion.
A second suspect remains at large, police said.
Adam Main, 41, of 491 Belmont St. is facing a long list of charges including: breaking and entering nighttime felony, conspiracy, two counts of armed assault in a dwelling to wit a handgun, armed robbery, threats to commit a crime to wit murder, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm without a firearms ID card, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon to wit a knife and two counts of kidnapping.
Police arrested Main at 2:54 a.m. at his Belmont residence on Saturday, Oct. 19 after an investigation into the Oct. 18 home invasion at 81 Maple St., according to Waltham Police Sgt. Tim King.
On Friday, Oct. 18, at around 1 p.m., a man and his girlfriend were in the apartment when they suddenly heard noises, King said. Suddenly, the two suspects broke into the dwelling and pushed both victims floor face down to the floor .
One of the suspects said, "if you move, you will get your head cut off,” King said.
One suspect put a knife to the male victim’s shoulder and the other stuck a gun in the female victim’s face, King said.
From there, the two suspects discussed wanting drugs or money from the house and searched it, King said. The suspects did not find what they were looking for, he said.
Police arrived later and found the male victim with a cut from the knife, King said, adding the victim was treated for minor injuries but was not taken to a hospital.
After an investigation, police determined the two suspects entered the apartment through a fire escape. Main was then identified as a suspect and arrested, King said.
Police are not releasing further details on the second suspect.