Men who burglarized DeMarcus Ware’s home and took his Super Bowl ring sentenced to jail

Billy McCaslin got 60 days in jail and two years probation, while Sergio Irreza got 30 days in jail and two years probation.

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These fellas — Billy McCaslin and Sergio Irreza — were sentenced to jail Thursday. They were caught on tap breaking into DeMarcus Ware's home. (Screen shot via Denver Police)

Billy McCaslin and Sergio Irreza were sentenced to jail Thursday. They were caught on tap breaking into DeMarcus Ware's home. (Screen shot via Denver Police)

The men who were charged with burglarizing former Denver Bronco DeMarcus Ware’s home were sentenced to jail on Thursday.

Billy McCaslin got 60 days in jail and two years probation, while Sergio Irreza got 30 days in jail and two years probation. Both pleaded guilty to one count of second degree burglary in April.

McCaslin and Irreza were caught on a surveillance system inside Ware’s Cherry Creek home during a Monday Night Football game in October.

They stole roughly $40,000 of valuables, including Ware’s Super Bowl 50 championship ring. The ring was later recovered.

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