Man convicted, sentenced to 60 years for Marion County home invasion, assault
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (March 23, 2016)- A man was convicted and sentenced Wednesday for his role in a home invasion and assault in February 2014, according to Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry.
Michael Parrish was convicted of multiple felonies including burglary, robbery, criminal confinement, battery, and criminal deviate conduct for an early morning robbery and assault of a woman in her home on South Lasalle Street.
Parrish was sentenced to serve 60 years in the Indiana Department of Correction. We’re told this sentence will be served consecutively to a 100-year sentence Parrish is currently serving on a conviction in Hendricks County.
Anthony Breeden, Royce Edwards, and Krystal Cook were also charged for their roles in the home invasion. Breeden pleaded guilty to burglary and received a 12 year executed sentence in the Indiana Department of Correction. Both Edwards and Cook have pleaded guilty to burglary and are awaiting sentencing.
Officials say 11 charges including kidnapping, rape, and robbery remain pending against Parrish, related to a separate incident that occurred on the day after the South Lasalle Street home invasion. A pre-trial conference is scheduled for April 14 on these charges.