Last man involved in violent home invasion sentenced

20-year-old pleaded guilty to armed robbery in July
Last man involved in violent home invasion sentenced
Kristopher Hughes

The last of the six people involved in a violent home invasion on Madison’s east side at the end of February was sentenced Tuesday.

Kristopher Hughes, 20, was sentenced to 15 years in prison and 10 years of supervised release for two counts of armed robbery. Hughes pleaded guilty to the charges on July 25.

The three charges of first-degree sexual assault were dismissed, but were read in to the sentencing.

The incident, in which a pregnant woman was sexually assaulted, happened on Quincy Avenue around 4 a.m. on Feb. 23, according to a release. Madison police called the incident a “violent home invasion.”

The victims had guns pointed at their head and heard the robbers say “someone is gonna die tonight,” according to a criminal complaint. During the robbery, the men took electronics, credit and debit cards, and jewelry.

The three men were initially planning on robbing a man who Efemia Neumaier was staying with, but accidentally broke into the home of the victims, according to the complaint. Neumaier planned the robbery with one of the men, saying the man she was staying with would have a lot of cash the night of the robbery.

DeAndrae Mayweathers Jr., 23, was previously sentenced to 14 years in prison and 8 years supervised release on two counts of armed robbery.

Michon A. Thomas, 23, was sentenced to 25 years in prison and 20 years of supervised release on two counts of armed robbery and three counts of first-degree sexual assault.

Eric Bass, 24, was sentenced 25 years in prison and 15 years of supervised release on two counts of armed robbery and three counts of first-degree sexual assault.

Demarco D Mallit, 23, was sentenced in August to two years in prison and two years of supervised release. He was charged with theft and aiding a felon.

Efemia Neumaier, was sentenced in September to five years in prison and five years of extended supervision. She was charged with robbery with the use of force.

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