LANCASTER – A Lancaster man has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a burglary in which cold-hearted culprits put the homeowner’s Chihuahua in a freezer. Deavean Irvin, 20, served as a lookout and was on probation for a 2004 commercial burglary at the time of the Jan.31 incident, prosecutors said. Irvin was sentenced Tuesday after pleading no contest to burglary last month. Irvin and four teenage boys – three 17-year-olds and a 15-year-old – were arrested in the theft at an east Lancaster home during which one of them left the dog, a 2-year-old Chihuahua named Roxy, in an industrial freezer in the victim’s home. The dog survived. One 17-year-old has admitted to burglary and animal cruelty – the equivalent of entering a guilty plea in adult court – and was sent to probation camp for three months, officials said. A second 17-year-old admitted to burglary and also was sent to camp for three months. The 15-year-old admitted the burglary charge and was placed in a group home, officials said. The remaining minor, who didn’t participate in the burglary, is charged with two counts of receiving stolen property and is to be arraigned later this month in Lancaster Juvenile Court. Contributions have poured in for Roxy’s owner, Kimberly Holzer, who is pregnant with twins and whose husband, an Air Force technical sergeant, is stationed in Afghanistan. Holzer’s home was ransacked during the burglary, and the intruders destroyed $600 worth of new maternity clothes. Lancaster sheriff’s station employees took up a collection and gave Holzer $800. They also gave Roxy a bag of toys. Edwards Air Force Base employees cooked dinner for her and repaired a broken door lock. And a San Fernando Valley-based security company installed free alarm service. [email protected] (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!