3 plead guilty to robbery at disabled man's home in Parkersburg

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - Three people could face long prison sentences after they pleaded guilty Tuesday to allegedly robbing a disabled man's home in Parkersburg last July.

Skylar Graham, 27, and Sherman Holder, 35, both of Washington Court House, Ohio, and Matthew Clark, 34, of Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery in Wood County Circuit Court on Tuesday.

They are scheduled to be sentenced in April, and the maximum sentence is 25 years in prison, a spokesman for Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Pat Lefebure’s office said.

Criminal complaints filed in Wood County Magistrate Court in July 2018 accused all three of knocking at the rear door of the victim’s home on Center Street and going inside after the door was opened.

While inside, the complaint said Graham, Holder and Clark all became involved in a physical altercation with the victim while demanding keys to a safe.