Ramsay man sentenced to a minimum of 12 years for home invasion

A Gogebic County man will spend a minimum of 12 years behind bars after pleading guilty to a home invasion charge.

Anthony Adams, 31, of Ramsay was sentenced today to between 12 and 30 years in prison in Gogebic County Circuit Court. He was credited for over 200 days served and is ordered to pay almost $8,000 in restitution. In a plea agreement, Adams pled guilty to second degree home invasion. Three other charges were dropped.

This past winter, troopers from the Wakefield Post of the Michigan State Police investigated a breaking and entering in which a number of items, including guns and ammunition, were stolen. Police later found Adams hiding in Minnesota, where he was arrested.