Charles Miller, 25, was sentenced to 31 years; Kierre Strong, 25, was sentenced to 26 years; and Isis Canady, now 18, was sentenced to four years, according to Lancaster Station deputy Miguel T. Ruiz.
The trio was convicted of committing an armed home invasion robbery, which occurred on February 2, 2012.
The three defendants reportedly forced their way into a woman’s Lancaster home, brandished a handgun, and stole several items.
In April and May of 2012, the Lancaster Station Robbery Suppression Team arrested Miller and Strong while executing search warrants. Canady was later located in Las Vegas, Nevada and extradited to Lancaster to face criminal proceedings.
Miller and Strong were found guilty after jury trials and Canady, who was a juvenile at the time of the crime, was charged as an adult and pled guilty at the Antelope Valley courthouse, Ruiz stated.
The Lancaster Robbery Suppression Team has nearly an 80% success rate in solving active robbery cases.