A Casper man is heading to prison after admitting he assaulted two people.

Twenty-six year old Larry Burgess was sentenced to eight-to-10 years in prison, followed by an additional two and one-half-to-five years in prison, after he pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated assault and battery.

Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in September 2013, two victims were at a residence on the 1200 block on North Center Street, when Burgess and three others arrived and attacked them.

All of the attackers had knives on them, and Burgess said he was looking for another person, that was at the residence earlier.

Prosecutors said Burgess was high on meth at the time, and he went through boot camp as part of a sentence on an unrelated felony conviction.

Four other co-defendants (Nicholas Salo, David Powley, Jedidiah Lantz and Sheila Rohovie) have pleaded guilty to various charges connected to the case.