Man sentenced for Tar Heel home
invasion in 2010
A Cumberland County man was sentenced
Tuesday for his part in a home invasion in
Tar Heel nearly four years ago.
Jamale Lamar Johnson pled guilty in Bladen
County Superior Court on charges of first
degree burglary and robbery with a dangerous
weapon, according a news release from
District Attorney Jon David's office.
Johnson was sentenced to a minimum of six
years to a maximum of eight years in prison.
David said the crime took
place Dec. 26, 2010 when three men broke
into the home of John and Edith Monroe on
Tarheel Road. The Monroes were help at gun
point while the men took items from the
residence, David said.
The Bladen County Sheriff's Office
investigated the crime.