Two of the armed burglars that broke into NASCAR team owner's home accept plea deal
Two of three men arrested for their involvement in the armed break-in NASCAR team owner Richard Childress' home took a plea deal this week and will serve a prison sentence. Chantz Hines, 19, and Niquan Victorin, 21, have accepted a plea agreement and were sentenced to 31 to 50 months in prison.
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