2 men sentenced to 30 years in prison for Decatur home invasion

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DECATUR - Two central Illinois men have received 30-year prison terms after pleading guilty to a felony home invasion that took place in Decatur last year.

Cameo McCrory, 23, and Charles Reed, 23, were sentenced on Friday.  Both men's plea deals had been accepted two weeks earlier.

McCrory and Reed were accused of allegedly attacking two women with homemade blowtorches and sexually assaulting the women and two men during a home invasion in May 2013.

Both men originally faced charges of armed robbery, aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated criminal sexual assault, which would have meant longer prison sentences if McCrory and Reed were convicted.

Both men have been held at the Macon County Jail since their arrests last year.

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