A Conroe man will be going to prison for a long time after pleading guilty to Aggravated Robbery charges in Grimes County District Court.
20 year old Tylar Alexander Jackson pled guilty to two counts of Aggravated Robbery for his part in a January 2021 shooting on Acorn Lane in Todd Mission.
Grimes County Sheriff’s Deputies along with the Texas Rangers investigated the scene and determined four black males, all from the Conroe area, arrived at the residence to allegedly purchase marijuana.
Once inside, two suspects produced handguns and proceeded to rob the occupants of the house. Money, marijuana, and other items were stolen from the scene.
One of the occupants attempted to defend himself, and was shot by one of the suspects. The victim was taken to the hospital, and survived the shooting. However, he is now paralyzed from spinal cord damage.
Search warrants were executed on multiple residences and deputies recovered stolen property and evidence.
During an interview with Sheriff’s Investigators, Jordan confessed to being in on the holdup, but denied shooting the victim.
He plead guilty before District County Court Judge David Moorman. He was sentenced to 45 years in prison on the First Count and 20 years in prison on the second count.
Two more adults and one juvenile defendant still have charges pending in connection with this case.