A Topeka man will serve nearly ten years in prison for a 2011 home invasion.
A Shawnee County judge sentenced Monroe Lockhart III, Tuesday to five-and-a-half years for aggravated battery tied to the burning of the victim.
And then 2 years and 8 months for breaking into a mobile home at 1919 SE Adams where the assault occurred.
He will also serve a year and a half for aggravated intimidation of a witness.
Last month Lockhart was found guilty on those charges.
All three sentences are to run consecutively.
Topeka Police say they're feeling better about their investigation four days after bodies were found in the City's first quadruple homicide.
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