Citadel QB, two others plead guilty to home invasions, robberies (updated: attorney seeks reconsideration of sentence)

Image by The Citadel Starks back in his Citadel days

Update April 2: The attorney representing Stephen Francois, Peter Brown, filed a motion Friday morning for a reconsideration of sentence.

ABC News 4 has more info about the request; read it here.

Update March 23: The Post and Courier reports that Circuit Judge Markley Dennis has sentenced Miguel Starks, Reggie Rice and Stephen Francois to 30 years in prison for their roles in two brutal home invasions that took place back in March of 2010.

First reporting: Former Citadel quarterback Miguel Starks, former Citadel linebacker Reginald Rice and Stephen Francois of Fairburn, Georgia pleaded guilty Wednesday to all charges that were filed against them in connection with two 2010 home invasions and robberies.

The defendants were found guilty for their crimes against a former Citadel cadet at his home on James Island and a Citadel assistant football coach at his West Ashley home.

We've got all of the back story on the crimes from when they happened back in March of 2010; read it here.

Sentencing for all three men has been deferred, and two remaining co-defendants will have a trial February 7th.

The Post and Courier has all the details on this ongoing story.

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