COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - One of two men authorities say were part of a crime spree in southern Colorado has been sentenced to nearly 200 years in prison.
Donte Tate and Rajohn Ledbetter-Fuller are suspected in a string of armed robberies, a home invasion and several shootings. The crime spree stretched from Pueblo to Colorado Springs.
On Friday, the 4th Judicial District Attorney announced Ledbetter-Fuller was sentenced to 192 years in prison for three counts of aggravated robbery. Ledbetter-Fuller has been sentenced to serve 64 years per count consecutively.
According to investigators, Tate was arrested Dec. 29, 2014 after being identified as a suspect in a home invasion in Pueblo County. Pueblo authorities said Ledbetter-Fuller and Tate, both of Colorado Springs, were armed when they allegedly stormed a house on East McCulloch Boulevard shortly before 4 a.m. on Christmas that year according to 11 News partner The Gazette.
Ledbetter-Fuller was arrested Jan. 8, 2015 after slipping on ice as he fled from a police officer who spotted him. Ledbetter-Fuller is tied to several other robberies and shootings in the area.