Shabar Marshall was on trial for another burglary a month earlier.
The victim in this case broke down on the stand when describing to the jury what she went through the night Marshall broke into her home.
Marshall was found guilty of first degree burglary and kidnapping and felony larceny.
He was sentenced to more than eight years in prison.
This verdict sets Marshall up to get more jail time if he is convicted in the Oakwood home invasion case when it goes to trial next year.
In that case, Marshall confessed to police that he and his older brother, 27-year-old Jahaad, went into the house through an open window and surprised the couple who lived there as they slept.
The judge in this case, who will be the judge in all the Marshall brothers' cases, has ruled that Shabar Marshall did not consent to be interviewed by police.
So, for now, the videotaped confession will not be allowed as evidence in the any of the trials.