Here are a couple of court dates of note from York County court on Friday.
Chad Miller, who was charged in connection with a home invasion in Chanceford Township, was sentenced for his role.
Miller pleaded guilty to burglary, robbery and aggravated assault. The other charges — including one of attempted murder — were dismissed. He was sentenced Friday to a total of 15 1/2 to 31 years in prison.
Miller was one of four men police said blasted their way into the home in the 3700 block of Brownton Road and demanded money. According to court documents, the men had been drinking alcohol and Miller “led the group” to rob the victims.
Also on Friday, Israel Morales-Alvarado pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in a domestic incident where he attacked his wife with a knife.
Police said Morales-Alvarado told police he and his wife were arguing and he grabbed a knife, closed his eyes and attacked her. Police said she was puncture wounds to her chest, and defensive wounds on her hands.
Morales-Alvarado pleaded Friday to the one count and was sentenced to 9 months to 23 years in prison to be followed by two years probation. He was ordered to pay costs and have no contact with his wife. He was ordered to report to York County Prison by March 14.