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Man Sentenced in Home-Invasion Robbery of Ex-NFL Player

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A Martinsburg man has been sentenced to at least 14 years in prison for his role in the 2013 home-invasion robbery of former NFL player Fulton Walker Jr.

A Berkeley County Circuit Court judge on Monday sentenced 29-year-old Roger C. Doleman Jr.to 12 years in prison for armed robbery, followed by between two and 10 years for assault, to be served concurrently with a one- to five-year sentence for failing to appear for trial.

Doleman is currently serving an eight-year sentence on unrelated charges.

Doleman's brother, Raheim Doleman, is serving 18 years in prison for his role in the robbery at Walker's home in Martinsburg.

Walker played at West Virginia University from 1977 to 1980. He played for the Miami Dolphins and the Los Angeles Raiders.


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