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Brazos County District Court Plea Agreements For Assaulting & Intimidating Bryan Police And Apartment Burglaries

The 55th time a Bryan man has been in the Brazos County jail in 17 years, ends with a 20 year prison sentence. 43 year old Kelvin Blue Sr. accepted a plea agreement with the district attorney’s office on charges from an arrest in July of last year. Blue admitted to kicking a Bryan police officer who was trying to arrest him. According to the DA’s news release, Blue was highly intoxicated and aggressive towards several officers who responded to a street fight involving several men. Prosecutors report Blue’s behavior continued when he was in an emergency room being evaluated before he wound up in jail. The plea agreement also includes a condition that Blue has no right of appealing the convictions for the assault, resisting arrest, and threatening an officer.

A Brazos County district court jury trial ended in a plea agreement while the jury was deliberating. According to the DA’s office, 28 year old Tamont Givens was sentenced to ten years for committing three burglaries last summer. College Station police found Givens living in a vacant apartment that had the stolen merchandise. That included $7,600 dollars of items from a downstairs unit in the same complex. Givens also pleaded guilty to a vehicle burglary and criminal trespassing, where he had completed his sentence while in jail waiting for the jury trial.

Photos (L-R) of Kelvin Blue Sr. and Tamont Givens from jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx

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Posted by on Sep 13 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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