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Home invasion robbery suspects sentenced

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -  A group of men connected to a North Columbus home invasion received their sentences on Thursday.

Twenty-four-year-old Raimone Boynton was sentenced to life in prison, whereas 20-year-old Richard Boynton must serve 25 years and 17-year-old LaDarious Colbert received 25 years, but he must serve 13 of those years.

Wednesday, a jury found all three men guilty on multiple counts.

The men, according to investigators, invaded a home on Perry Avenue last year.

We're told eight people were playing cards when masked men burst through the door, forced all of them get on the floor, and robbed each of them at gunpoint.

In addition, the men were connected to several armed robberies at businesses over the past year and a half.

The suspects faced the following counts:

17-year-old LaDarious Colbert (8 counts):

2 counts of armed robbery
1 count of aggravated battery
1 count of hijacking of vehicle
2 counts of aggravated assault
 

24-year-old Raimone Boynton (18 counts):
7 counts of armed robbery
5 counts of possession of firearm during commission of a crime
1 count of hijacking a vehicle
2 counts of aggravated assault
*He was found not guilty of one count of aggravated assault.

20-year-old Richard Boynton (21 counts)
7 counts of armed robbery
5 counts of possession of firearm during commission of a crime
1 count of hijacking a vehicle
2 counts of aggravated assault

1 count of criminal attempt armed robbery
1 count of burglary
1 count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime

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