SOUTH BEND, Ind. A teen involved in a home invasion will have to wait to learn how long he will spend behind bars.
Friday's sentence hearing for Nathaniel Coley, 19, was rescheduled for Jan. 10.
Coley was one of five men arrested at a South Bend home last year, where five victims were stabbed.
His accomplices, Lee Griffin, 19, and Walter Neely, 48, were already sentenced to 115 years in prison. Khawana Lamar, 22, is serving a 65 year sentence. Gemari Cotton, 18, will stand trial in February.
Coley could get anywhere 55 to 65 years.