McLeod Sentenced to 25-27 Years for Home Invasion

April 1, 2019

April 1, 2019

For Immediate Release

Contact: Paul Jarvey 508-368-7241

WORCESTER — A 34-year-old Worcester man was sentenced to 25 to 27 years in state prison today after being found guilty in December of home invasion, according to the Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.

A Superior Court jury found Devon McLeod guilty on Dec. 21 of a home invasion on Aug. 29, 2013 at 2 Cohasset St.

After Worcester Police were called to investigate the 2013 home invasion, Mr. McLeod was seen exiting a window at the Cohasset Street home and was arrested. He was found with $2,000 in cash and several bags of marijuana.

Judge Anthony Campo imposed the sentence, which was recommended by Assistant District Attorney Timothy A. Westerman and attorneys representing Mr. McLeod.