Home Invaders Get 280 Years In State Prison

Sadeen Jones, Brandon Eugene Davis, and Raymond Anthony Daniels. Images via Bucks County District Attorney's Office.

Three home invaders from Philadelphia have received a total of up to 280 years in state prison for an armed Newtown Township break-in.

Sadeen Jones, Brandon Eugene Davis, and Raymond Anthony Daniels illegally forced themselves into a home on Wellington Rd just after 2:30 a.m. in Aug. 2017.

Authorities say the perpetrators tied up the family, then demanded money and valuables. One suspect held his gun to a 12-year-old girl’s head while asking where the safe was located, according to the Bucks DA.

“If you had any humanity you would understand what that would do to a 12-year-old.” said Judge Gibbons.

Authorities tracked down the suspects through cell phone tower records, with the men exchanging text messages about the incident. Jones, 24, and Davis, 25, had a jury trial in January, while Daniels, 26, separately pleaded guilty for his role in the crime.

The thieves were sentenced to separate convictions Jones with 70 to 140 years, Davis with 40 to 80, and Daniels 30 to 60 years.

WBCB’s Anthony Direnzo contributed to this post.