Another of the teenagers who broke into a Pleasant Township woman’s home in December has been sentenced to seven years in prison for kidnapping and receiving stolen property.

Devin A. Kerr, 19, of Bowling Green, pleaded guilty and was sentenced this afternoon by Judge Reginald Routson.

Kerr was part of a group that held Phyllis Hall at gunpoint and took her car from her Deshler-area home.

The kidnapping charge, a first-degree felony, came with a firearm specification. The specification carries a mandatory three-year sentence in addition to the four years Routson imposed for the underlying kidnapping charge.

Kerr was sentenced to 11 months in prison on the fourth-degree felony charge for receiving stolen property. This will be served concurrently.

A charge of aggravated burglary, a first-degree felony, will be dismissed.

The prosecution and defense jointly recommended this sentence, and it is the same one received by Rodney D. Williams Jr., 18, of Findlay, who was sentenced in April.

The sentence is similar to that of Deven L. Blythe, 19, of Findlay, whose 11-month penalty for receiving stolen property will be served consecutively rather than concurrently.

Hunter J. Kelbley, 19, of Upper Sandusky, who did not enter the home, was sentenced in March to a total of four years in prison for aggravated burglary with a firearm specification and receiving stolen property.

Alexandra J. Ayala, 18, of Dunkirk, has pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary with a mandatory one-year specification and receiving stolen property. She also stayed outside.

Ayala will be sentenced in June.