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Hancock man gets more jail time for violent home invasion

Mikel Brady Mikel Brady

South Royalton, Vermont - January 6, 2011

A Hancock man will spend the next year behind bars for a violent home invasion.

Twenty-one-year-old Mikel Brady broke into a South Royalton home in 2008, assaulted two residents with a bat, tied them up and stole everything in a safe.

On Wednesday a judge sentenced him to 28 months in prison as part of a plea deal, but Brady could be released as early as March of 2012. That's because he's already serving a two-year sentence for stealing dynamite from the Rock of Ages granite quarry in Bethel and will receive credit for time already served.

WCAX News

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