Man pleads guilty to role in brutal 2013 home invasion, sentenced to 100 years

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The sixth and final suspect in a violent October 2013 home invasion was sentenced to 100 years in prison Friday as part of a plea agreement.

Prosecutors say Isaiah Hill agreed to plead guilty to felony charges of criminal deviate conduct and two counts of robbery for his role in a home invasion on 79th Street.

On Oct. 29, 2013, authorities said six men broke into a north side home on 79th Street around 7:30 a.m. Police said the men forced a woman in her 50s to drive them to an ATM, stole cash, shot her in the leg, and sexually assaulted both her and her daughter. Police said the suspects then stole three of the victims’ cars, dumping two of them at 62nd Street and Michigan Road.

Trae Spells testified against his partners and received 70 years in prison for a home invasion on Spring Mill Road just days before and the brutal home invasion on East 79th Street.

Michael Pugh and Adrian Anthony both received 88-year sentences. Anthony was already serving 318 years in prison for the later home invasion and 62 years for a murder two months before. Pugh was sentenced to 248 years for the 79th Street case.

Two other men, Demetre Brown and Alexander Dupree also received 248-year prison sentences for their roles in the 79th Street home invasion.

Hill was recently extradited from Texas to Marion County to face charges in this case. He is expected to serve a sentence in Texas for an unrelated matter before returning to Indiana to serve the sentence ordered today.

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