The final two suspects in turned themselves in at the Salem Police Department early this morning, according to police.
Police said Rui Conde, 26, of Salem and Tiana Delandy, 24, of Lawrence, Mass., turned themselves in without incident at approximately 6 a.m. today. They were processed and will be arraigned in the 10th Circuit Court of Salem later this morning.
Conde has been charged with felony burglary and conspiracy to commit second degree assault, while Delandy was charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and criminal mischief.
Suspects previously arrested in the case were: Alan Frias, 20, of Salem, for conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit second degree assault; Shane Delandy, 20, of Salem, for burglary and attempt to commit second degree assault; and Michael Fantasia, 20, of Salem, for burglary, criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit second degree assault.
Conde was stabbed when he and Shane Delandy allegedly broke into the Independence Drive home of Michael Peters, 20, police said. The incident likely stemmed from drug-related comments made by Peters about Delandy on Facebook, police said.
Police have previously stated they do not anticipate charges for Peters in the case.