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Three Albany men plead guilty to violent home invasion robbery

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Two Albany men are sentenced to serve 7 years in prison after admitting to stealing $45  and a Wii game in a violent home invasion robbery.
 

 Sean Frazier and Carlos Mathis pled guilty to aggravated assault and robbery by intimidation.  

 Prosecutors say they were part of a group of nearly 10 adults and juveniles who broke into a home on East Tift Avenue in June 2013 and robbed a man, woman, and a child at gunpoint.

The victims recognized Frazier, Mathis, and Shaquille Mathis.

Shaquille Mathis was sentenced to 2 years which he has already served in jail awaiting trial.

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