Second of Casey’s robbers gets 23-year sentence

Baxley must serve at least 8.5 years before parole consideration

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor

Jerry Baxley II, one of three men charged with robbing Casey’s General Store in Richmond in January 2017, pleaded guilty April 4 and received a total sentence of 23 years, 90 days incarceration on three felony counts and one misdemeanor.

Baxley received 10-year sentences in the Missouri Department of Corrections on each on two counts, Felony A first-degree robbery and Felony B first-degree assault or attempt.  He received a three-year sentence in the MDC on a Felony U count of armed criminal action, and 90 days in Ray County Jail on a Misdemeanor A count of stealing. The Felony U classification is for charges in which sentencing could vary, depending on both the crime and the defendant’s previous record.

The complete story is in the Friday, April 18, 2018 Richmond News.

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