- Associated Press - Friday, May 1, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Four Indianapolis man convicted in a violent home invasion where two women were raped and one of them was shot twice have been sentenced to hundreds of years in prison.

Twenty-one-year-old Adrian Anthony was sentenced Friday to 318 years in prison, while 22-year-old Demetre Brown, 24-year-old Alexander Dupree and 23-year-old Michael Pugh got 248-year sentences. The men were convicted in March of rape, carjacking, criminal confinement and several other charges.

Prosecutors say they broke into an Indianapolis home in October 2013 and restrained a disabled man in a bedroom while his wife and adult daughter were sexually assaulted.

The wife was shot twice but survived.

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says he hopes the long sentences will “bring a sense of security to the victims’ family and to our community.”

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