Brothers Sent to Prison for Role in Shooting
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Two of the men arrested for their involvement in a home invasion that led to a shooting last summer are headed to prison.
25-year-old Antonyo White was sentenced Friday to 93 months in prison, while 29-year-old Walter Abrams was given a 75-month sentence. The two brothers earlier pleaded guilty to first-degree aggravated robbery charges stemming from the violent incident at a northwest Rochester home last July.
Another brother, Dion Abrams, recently pleaded guilty in the case and is scheduled to be sentenced in May.
They, along 38-year-old Vondale Kincaide, were accused of plotting to rob a Rochester man who had a marijuana grow operation in his home. Kincaide, who is accused of shooting the victim in the knee during the robbery, was also in court on Friday for an evidentiary hearing. The judge in his case has taken the issues raised during the hearing under advisement.