The Grimes County District Attorney’s Office has been busy this week, as they sentenced three people to prison time for robberies.
On Tuesday, the office announced the sentencing of 20 year old Tylar Alexander Jordan of Conroe to a total of 65 years in prison for his role in an aggravated robbery.
The DA’s office says Jordan went to a home in Todd Mission to buy marijuana in January 2021. While there, Jordan and another suspect initiated a robbery, taking weed, money and other items. When one of the victims tried defending himself, Jordan allegedly shot him twice, rendering the victim paralyzed.
Jordan confessed to being present, but not being the shooter. He accepted a plea bargain, being given 65 years on two counts of Aggravated Robbery.
On Wednesday, the DA’s office announced another sentencing of two other local men on separate burglary cases.
Jared Talley of Cleveland was given 15 years for his role in a burglary of a home near Richards in April 2020. Talley, a known methamphetamine user, was implicated by his partner in the crime.
Also sentenced for burglary was Jeremiah Duggan of Navasota, for stealing a gun from a home on County Road 316 in December 2020. Duggan was given 12 years for that crime.
Both Talley and Duggan were convicted felons.