JONESBORO, IL (KFVS) - A Jonesboro, Illinois man has been sentenced to 10 years after pleading guilty in two cases.
Bryon W. Turner, 34, was sentenced to six years after pleading guilty to one count of home invasion. He was sentenced to four years on one count of unlawful participation in methamphetamine manufacturing.
The sentences will run consecutively.
According to Union County State's Attorney Tyler R. Edmonds, Turner was arrested for home invasion in October 2015 after an investigation by the Union County Sheriff's Office showed that he had broken into a Jonesboro home in the early morning of Oct. 28 and repeatedly punched someone in the home in the face.
Turner was charged with methamphetamine manufacturing in July 2015 after an investigation by the Union County Sheriff's Office and Union County Drug Task Force.