April 7, 2019
Unsurprisingly, two other coons were also involved.
Blacks seldom commit murders alone, even when the target is a geeky college kid.
A man involved in the murder case of a Blinn College student back in 2014 has pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery.
According to the Washington County District Attorney, 22-year-old Jordan Graves was sentenced by plea agreement on Thursday to 20 years in prison.
Just before midnight on October 30, 2014, authorities found the body of Trey Kurtz near downtown Brenham with a single gunshot wound to the head.
The D.A. says they let Graves take the plea he did because he did not physically contact Kurtz and was the driver of the vehicle.
Graves was indicted with three others.
Michael Dixon, the man who brought the gun and actually shot Kurtz, was convicted of murder last year and sentenced to 45 years.
Another co-defendant, Deperrion Lott, also pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery and received 25 years.