ROCHESTER, Minn. – Two defendants in a March home invasion have been sentenced.
19-year-old Elliott Mohammad Norwood, 20-year-old Donte Dandre Wilkins, 19-year-old Elijah Sandre Hollins, 19-year-old Kareem Isaiah Hollins, and 19-year-old Andre Kinwan Davenport were all arrested after Rochester police said they showed up at Quarter Apartments on March 25, kicked down a door and held residents at gunpoint.
Authorities say part of the crime was streamed live on social media.
Norwood, from Rochester, pleaded guilty to 3rd degree riot and was given two years of supervised probation and a $500 fine. Wilkins, from Stewartville, entered a guilty plea to 1st degree burglary and was sentenced Thursday to four years and two months in prison, with credit for 249 days already served.
Wilkins previously pleaded guilty to 2nd degree manslaughter for the Dodge County drug death of Tyler Gray. He was sentenced in August to four years and nine months behind bars for that crime. Both sentences will be served at the same time.
Elijah Hollins, Kareem Hollins, and Andre Davenport, all of Rochester, are still pleading not guilty to charges of burglary and riot. Their trials are set for January and March in 2018.
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