HENNEPIN — Another Putnam County resident received prison time Thursday in Putnam County Court for allegedly unlawfully entering an occupied McNabb residence on Dec. 1.
Under a negotiated plea, Nathan Webb, 22, of Granville received 5 years in prison for aggravated battery, a Class 3 felony, and criminal trespass to a residence, a Class 4 felony, Putnam County State’s Attorney James Mack said. Webb will receive credit for 67 days served.
Charges against Webb for home invasion, mob action and misdemeanor battery were dismissed.
He is the third to earn prison time in connection with this incident. Timothy Bookwalter, 25, of McNabb and Stephanie Massutti, 24, of McNabb each have received two years in prison as the result of negotiated pleas.
The final person charged, Anthony Webb, 26, of Granville, is scheduled for a bench trial on April 18. He is facing charges of home invasion, criminal trespass to a residence, mob action and battery.
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