Superior man loses Huber privilege after straying from workOne of two men accused of breaking into a Superior home following a double murder-suicide at the residence was sentenced last month in Douglas County Circuit Court
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
One of two men accused of breaking into a Superior home following a double murder-suicide at the residence was sentenced last month in Douglas County Circuit Court
Travis Lee Sherman, 23, pleaded no contest to one count of burglary. He was sentenced to two years of probation and 120 days in jail.
He must also undergo a psychological evaluation and follow recommendations and pay a fine and court costs totaling $540. Huber work release was granted but revoked less than a month later. According to court records, Sherman deviated from his work site for an eight hour period during which his whereabouts were unknown.
Sherman broke into a Superior home at 2011 N. 22nd St. days after the August, 2010, deaths of Matthew Magdzas, 23; April Oles-Magdzas, 26; and their 1-year-old daughter, Lila, in the home.
According to the criminal complaint, an X-Box 360 game system, controllers and games were taken.
The other man accused in the crime was convicted in March last year.