A man tried and convicted in absentia in September was sentenced to more than 30 years in prison this week for his role in a home invasion.
Agustin Soto-Rivera, 37, was convicted of armed robbery, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, burglary, kidnapping, marijuana possession and fleeing from law enforcement in a 2012 home invasion.
He was sentenced to serve 31½ years in prison.
Soto-Rivera and Rosario Ignacio Soto broke into a home where medical marijuana was being grown.
They stole the drugs, money and a cellphone, among other items.
The two fled after being released on bond. Police in New Mexico found them after their Pima County trial and returned them to Arizona.