Three Pensacola men convicted of federal firearms offenses committed during an August home invasion were sentenced Friday afternoon.
Robert F. Fraser, 26, was sentenced to 21 years, eight months; Teandre L. Altman, 21, was sentenced to 16 years, seven months; and Frank A. Rogers, 19, was sentenced to 10 years.
The defendants still face multiple state charges stemming from the home invasion.
On Aug. 26, 2014, Fraser, Altman and Rogers entered a Gulf Breeze residence, subdued the victim, and stole approximately 15 firearms and a large quantity of ammunition, according to the report. Law enforcement officers located a vehicle matching the description, and tried to make a traffic stop.
The defendants fled through Gulf Breeze, over the Three-Mile Bridge, and into Pensacola at speeds exceeding 100 mph, throwing some firearms into Escambia Bay, according to the report.
The defendants were eventually apprehended in the East Hill area of Pensacola.
In September and October 2014, Fraser, Altman and Rogers plead guilty to charges of conspiracy and possession of stolen firearms arising from the incident. Fraser and Altman also pled guilty to charges of possessing firearms as convicted felons.