Rochester Woman Sentenced for Home Invasions
A Rochester woman who admitted taking part in two home invasions in May has been given a 21 month prison sentence that won’t have to be served if she stays out of trouble.
Sentenced Thursday was 34 year old Tina Wadsworth. She was also sentenced to probation for up to 15 years.
Police say Wadsworth, two other women and a man forced their way into two homes near Calvary Cemetery, demanding money from the occupants. One victim was punched and two of the women also threatened the man with knives. Instead of money, police say the group took speakers from one victim and a video game and young pit bull from the other.
Cases against two of the other suspects are pending.