Jackson County Circuit Judge Bryan Round sentenced Andre Blocker to 24 years on one count each of kidnapping, second-degree robbery and first-degree burglary, to run concurrently. Blocker had pleaded guilty to those charges in June.
Jackson County Circuit Judge Bryan Round sentenced Andre Blocker to 24 years on one count each of kidnapping, second-degree robbery and first-degree burglary, to run concurrently. Blocker had pleaded guilty to those charges in June.
Jackson County Circuit Judge Bryan Round sentenced Andre Blocker to 24 years on one count each of kidnapping, second-degree robbery and first-degree burglary, to run concurrently. Blocker had pleaded guilty to those charges in June.

Drywall-cutting burglar gets a 24-year prison sentence

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