The third suspect in a recent crime spree has turned himself in to police, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.

Delander Owens Jr., 21, turned himself in just after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, according to Renee Oistad. She confirmed he was the last of three suspects being sought for a string of crimes ranging from assault to robbery and vehicle theft.

The spree allegedly began Jan. 27, when Owens, 20-year-old Detallion Owens and 16-year-old King Soloman Dunlop robbed a group of people in a Karluk Street apartment at gunpoint. According to police, the group is also responsible for stealing at least two vehicles, a gun and other items over the span of nearly a month.

Detallion Owens and Dunlop were caught and arrested on Feb. 20, after an iPad tracking app led police to their location, according to an assistant district attorney.

Delander Owens faces four felony charges, including first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, third-degree assault and second-degree theft. Another case against him includes a separate charge of first-degree robbery, according to online court records, which show the date of the alleged crime was Jan. 27.

Both Owens men and Dunlop have been indicted by a grand jury, and are in custody, Oistad said. Each has a bail of $10,000 or less, according to online court records.