Four people convicted and sentenced in 2014 Indianapolis home invasion


From left to right: Michael Parrish, Royce Edwards, Anthony Breeden and Krystal Cook

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – All four people involved in a 2014 home invasion and assault have been convicted and sentenced.

Royce Edwards was sentenced to three years in Marion County Community Corrections after pleading guilty to burglary in the case. Michael Parrish, Anthony Breeden and Krystal Cook had already learned their punishment.

On Feb. 5, 2014, police said Parrish forced his way into a home on LaSalle Street and held the victim at knifepoint while the others ransacked the home.

Parrish was sentenced to 60 years in prison after being convicted on nine counts, including robbery, burglary, criminal confinement, battery and criminal deviate conduct. He had already been sentenced to 100 years for abducting two women in Hendricks County and sexually assaulting them. Parris will serve his latest sentence consecutively.

An additional 11 charges are pending against Parrish for a separate incident that happened after the home invasion. In that case, he’s accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint in Plainfield.

Breeden and Cook both pleaded guilty to burglary in the home invasion. Breeden was sentenced to 12 years in the Indiana Department of Correction; Cook was sentenced to eight years in Marion County Community Corrections.

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