BARSTOW • A Barstow man who pleaded guilty to one count of forcible rape in a 2007 home invasion robbery and rape in Barstow was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison on Monday.
Randall Zackery, 34, was sentenced to 25 years to life at the Barstow courthouse Monday for the crime, said deputy district attorney Sean Daugherty. Zackery had pleaded guilty to one charge of forcible rape in January. His original charges included 27 different felony counts, including a host of sexual assault charges, rape, burglary, and robbery.
Zackery broke into a home and sexually assaulted a 40-year-old Barstow woman and her two teenage daughters on Sept. 10, 2007, according to police reports.
Zackery had two prior strikes and was on parole when he was named as a suspect in the crime. Police found stolen property at his home during a search in October 2007 and arrested Zackery. Zackery briefly escaped from the Barstow jail in 2008 after scaling two high fences and was captured at Barstow High School a short time later.