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Man gets suspended sentence in Salem home invasion
Michael Fantasia, 22, drew a suspended one-year county jail sentence, which will remain suspended for three years. He will be on probation for two years, according to County Attorney James Reams.
The deal allows Fantasia to avoid a possible prison sentence of up to 3½ to 7 years in state prison.
He was one of three men who stormed a Salem home on April 3, 2012, to fight Michael Peters, who taunted one of the men on Facebook, according to police.
Rui Conde, 27, and another man allegedly forced their way into the house by smashing the front door and windows of the home with baseball bats, according to police.
When the men broke into the home, Peters grabbed a knife from his kitchen and stabbed Conde during the melee. The fight eventually spilled out onto the front lawn, police said.
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