One sentenced in 2012 home invasionOne of three men convicted of multiple felonies in a Grand Forks home invasion was sentenced to 30 years in prison Monday with 10 years suspended.
One of three men convicted of multiple felonies in a Grand Forks home invasion was sentenced to 30 years in prison Monday with 10 years suspended.
29-year-old Allen Ratliff will have to serve about 17 years in prison before he's eligible for parole. He's convicted on several felony counts stemming from a violent break-in burglary of a Grand Forks trailer home in April 2012.
Allen Ratliff, along with Cody Boulduc and Nathan Ratliff, were all found guilty of burglary, robbery, aggravated assault, theft and felonious restraint. The three men broke into the home of Sherman and Carmen Jones bound them, beat them and stole their property. Nathan Ratliff, and co-defendant Cody Boulduc, will be sentenced later Monday on similar charges.