3 sentenced in armed burglary of federal judge’s Ohio home

CINCINNATI (AP) — Three men who committed an armed break-in and robbery of the suburban Cincinnati home of a federal judge and her husband have each been sentenced to 34 years in prison.

U.S. District Judge Susan Dlott (duh-LAHT’) and former prominent attorney Stan Chesley described their ordeals in a Hamilton County courtroom Thursday before another judge sentenced the three Cincinnati men.

Darrell Kinney, Terry Jackson Jr. and Demetrius Williams pleaded guilty to charges including aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery and kidnapping. The men are in their early 20s.

Authorities say the men targeted Dlott and Chesley because of their luxury car and followed them to their Indian Hill home. Police say the men later returned and kicked in a basement door.

Dlott says the men were violent and threatened to kill her and her husband.

The men apologized in court.