68 Year Sentence For Man Convicted In Home Invasion

It's a 68-year sentence for a man found guilty in connection with a violent home invasion.

21 year-old Montrail Williams was convicted of robbery, burglary, criminal confinement and conspiracy to commit a burglary following a five-day jury trial in February.

During a bench trial, afterward, he was found guilty of unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon.

According to testimony and evidence during the trial, Williams, along with four other men, entered a home at Twin Pines Mobile Home Park, held the victims against their will and robbed them. 

Three others have all been sentenced to more than 40 years. A fifth co-defendant, Matthew Allen, could go to trial in early May.

Although Williams was given a 68-year sentence, the court suspended 13 of the 68 years. Williams will serve that time on probation, and the other 55 years in prison.