WATERBURY - Local police have charged two individuals with murder and identified two others - including one they say is considered "armed and dangerous" - for their alleged involvement in a home invasion robbery in 2020 where a victim was fatally shot. In November 2020, 22-year-old Eric Richard of Waterbury was fatally shot in the chest during a robbery. On May 27, detectives arrested 39-year-old Pedro Santana and 37-year-old Iris Perez, both from Fishkill, N.Y., on outstanding warrants. They were each charged with murder and first-degree robbery. U.S. Marshals found Santana and Iris in a hotel in Fishkill. Detectives from Waterbury responded and extradited both individuals to Waterbury police headquarters to be processed on the charges. They each also had various outstanding warrants on unrelated charges and were each held on over $2 million bonds, police said. Police also said they have obtained warrants on charges of murder and first-degree robbery for two others: 18-year-old Julian Lugo Perez of Waterbury and 35-year-old Carlos Reyes-Pagan. Lugo-Perez is currently in custody on unrelated charges in a Pennsylvania prison and awaits extradition back to Connecticut to face charges in regards to Richard's homicide, police said. Pagan remains at large. Police said he has an address on Southampton Street in Boston but is known to frequent many cities and towns throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. He was described by police as 5-foot-5, 190 pounds and having black hair and brown eyes. He is considered armed and dangerous, police said. Anyone with information on Pagan's location is asked to call the Major Crimes Division at 203-574-6941 or Crime Stoppers at 203-755-1234.