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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.