The Fort Collins man who got probation for killing his brother was sentenced to 18 years in prison Tuesday for stealing computers, gold teeth and guns from a local dentist's office.

Eighth Judicial District Judge Gregory Lammons sentenced 30-year-old Bryce David Evans to 12 years in prison for second-degree burglary and four years in prison for possession of weapons by a previous offender. Evans also received two years for a re-sentencing on the reckless manslaughter charge he faced in 2012 after he killed his brother, bringing his total sentence to 18 years.

Evans initially faced 24 charges of burglary, theft, weapons possession and criminal mischief, among other things, but he took a plea deal and had most of those charges dismissed. He was previously sentenced to 5 years probation in 2012 after he stabbed his brother, Andrew Evans, to death after a fight spilled into the parking lot at River Glenn Apartments near Drake Road and Shields Street.

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