Two sentenced for violent home invasion

Two more people are sentenced in connection with a violent home invasion which occurred in the Town of Fulton last January.

23-year-old Jesse Adams of Beloit was sentenced to 33 years in prison for armed robbery, theft of firearms, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

22-year-old Kayla Pearson of Janesville was sentenced to 18 years in prison for being a party to the crimes of armed robbery, felony theft of firearms, and false imprisonment.

Adams, and another man, Christopher Kimps, broke into a home in the town of Fulton last January, after being dropped off at the residence by Pearson, and another female - Sarah Buckingham.

The two men tied up the residents, beat one of them, and made off with dozens of guns and the victim's vehicle.


The four were apprehended three days later in Wisconsin Dells.


Kimps was previously sentenced to 33 years in prison, and Buckingham is scheduled to be sentenced on March 18th.