Charges have been dismissed against a Topeka man who was arrested in connection to an armed robbery.
Daniel Edgar, 30, was arrested for felony robbery with a deadly weapon in connection with an April 11 home invasion.
The motion to dimiss was made by Kosciusko County Prosecutor Dan Hampton.
Edgar was arrested after police said he helped Jesse Roberson rob Roberson’s grandparents’ home of guns, money, jewelry and medication.
Roberson was arrested April 12. On April 13, a third man, Cody Stuckman, was arrested in connection with the robbery.
Police originally said Stuckman drove Edgar and Roberson to the robbery. Hampton declined to comment on why the charge against Edgar was dismissed, saying the case was still under investigation.
The victims told police  that two men dressed in black entered their house and held them at gun point.
The men forced the wife to empty the safe and then made the couple lay face down on the bed while the suspects searched the house and stole other items.
The cases against Stuckman and Roberson are still pending.