Keri Russell Robbed During Home Invasion, Two Men Arrested In Brooklyn Brownstone Burglary
Actress Keri Russell will be sleeping with one eye open after two men broke into her Brooklyn Heights brownstone and robbed her early Wednesday, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The Americans actress, 37, was asleep on the basement level of her townhouse when the pair entered through an open first-floor window around 3:40 a.m., law enforcement sources told Page Six.
The actress woke up when she heard voices and went upstairs to investigate. She noticed a Filson bag, Macbook Air, necklace and earrings missing and called 911.
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Police canvassed the area and arrested Stephan Swindell, 19, and Ronald Swindell, 50, who were being questioned at the 84th Precinct.
Ronald Swindell has prior burglary arrests and was just released from prison a few months ago, sources said.
It was unknown if Russell’s husband Shane Deary and two children, Willa Lou and River, were in the home at the time of the burglary.