FARMINGTON -- A warrant has been issued for one of the men charged in a North Salt Lake home invasion, while the other two are serving prison sentences.
Jarrod Baty, 30, of Salt Lake City, failed to show up Wednesday for a sentencing hearing in 2nd District Court. He had pleaded guilty March 6 to one count of possession of methamphetamine.
Baty, along with Andrew Glenn Crowe, 43, and AJ Robert Ford, 23, entered a home in North Salt Lake on Jan. 10 after they pointed a gun at the occupants.
The residents in the home told police that they let the three men in, but then Crowe "started attacking a guy (another resident) on the couch, punching him," according to the probable cause statement.
The three men then took a flat-screen TV, PlayStation, three cellphones, a laptop and a rifle BB gun from the house.
Police found all the items in the trio's truck, as well as a black pellet handgun that matched the description of a gun Crowe was holding when he attacked the resident inside the house, according to the court document.
Crowe pleaded guilty Aug. 8 to one count of theft, a second-degree felony; and one count of possession of a firearm by a restricted person, a third-degree felony.
He was sentenced to serve one to 15 years in Utah State Prison for the second-degree felony and up to five years in prison for the third-degree felony. Both sentences can be served concurrently with another prison sentence, unrelated to the case, Crowe is currently serving.
Ford had pleaded guilty March 6 to the same charges that Crowe pleaded guilty to. He also is serving sentences at the prison concurrently with another prison sentence unrelated to the case.