- Associated Press - Thursday, August 6, 2015

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - A southwest Ohio prosecutor says a former University of Dayton basketball player has been sentenced to three months in jail and five years’ probation on burglary and trespassing convictions in campus break-ins.

Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck, Jr. says 21-year-old Devon Scott also was ordered Wednesday to pay restitution.

Scott pleaded guilty to two burglary counts and three counts of trespass in a habitation. Authorities say Scott and fellow player Jalen Robinson were identified after dormitory rooms were broken into and property was stolen in December.

A message seeking comment was left for Scott’s attorney Wednesday.

Robinson was sentenced to a month in jail and five years’ probation on three counts of trespass in a habitation and must pay restitution.

Both were dismissed from the team and withdrew from Dayton.

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