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Two Sherman Men Sentenced To Prison In Recorded Break-In

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SHERMAN, TX -- Two men accused of breaking into a home armed with knives have pleaded guilty.

Trevor Carr, 18, of Sherman, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Friday, records show. David Wilson, 20, of Sherman, also pleaded guilty in August and was sentenced to 8 years.

Both were charged with burglary of a habitation while intending another felony. The surveillance camera set up by the resident on McCall Street showed the men holding a knife over him while he was asleep on the couch.

The men got away with electronics, guns, clothes, and jewelry, but were later arrested in Fort Worth, police said.