An Upper Marlboro man was sentenced Tuesday afternoon to serve 100 years in federal prison for the crimes he committed during a series of home invasions and burglaries in Bowie and beyond, according to The Washington Post.
Jason Scott, an ex-UPS worker from Upper Marlboro, was convicted in July for several crimes, including armed carjacking, production of child pornography and stealing firearms. He used his database at UPS to target the homes he invaded, the reports said.
Between 2008 and 2009, Scott invaded several homes in Upper Marlboro and Bowie, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice. He is awaiting trial on separate murder charges in the deaths of Delores Dewitt and her daughter, Ebony, 20, whose bodies were found in a burning car in 2009.