Dollar General armed robber gets sentenced
First Update (11/5/13)
Officials with the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia say that Nyneson Jeudy has been sentenced to 11 years and nine months behind bars for the armed robbery of Dollar General in March of 2010.
22-year-old Jarrett Sutton was also sentenced for his role in the crime and has been sentenced to over five years behind bars.
Jeudy and Sutton have both been ordered to pay restitution to the Dollar General in the amount of $2,300 and a total of $47 to two employees of the store at the time of the robbery.
According to the Moultrie Observer, a former Colquitt County High School football star plead guilty to charges of robbery.
Nyneson Jeudy pleaded guilty on July 17 to one count of interference with commerce by robbery. Jeudy allegedly robbed the Dollar General Story in Coolidge in March of 2010.
Jeudy was already sentenced last year to a 15-year sentence after carjacking a man in Brooks County who was also shot.
The report says Jeudy could face up to 15 more years on the robbery charge.