The last of four men involved in an April 2011 home invasion was sentenced Wednesday.
Aaron James Morin, 22, who has remained in custody since his arrest on the day of the incident, was ordered to serve seven more days behind bars on counts of break and enter to commit an offence and disguising his face to commit an offence.
The convictions stem from a April 25, 2011 break-in and robbery of a home in the 1400 block of Nation Crescent.
Police said at the time that four men with large edged weapons and bats entered the house where there were three residents. One resident was able to scare off the attackers and call police and no one was injured.
In June, Cole Vid Lambert, 21, and Derek Glenn Domeij, 35, were both sentenced in provincial court to eight months in jail for break and enter with intent to commit an offence and disguising their faces with an intent to commit an offence.
And in April, Murphy John George, 29, was sentenced to three years in jail for break and enter with intent to commit an offence and to one year in jail for disguising his face.