A former standout football player at Colquitt County High School could be spending at least the next 30 years behind bars after pleading guilty to robbery yesterday in Thomas County.
20-year old Nyneson Jeudy and another man, 22-year old Jarrett Sutton, both pled guilty to robbing a Dollar General in Coolidge. Jeudy also plead guilty to possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. He will remain in federal custody until the two are sentenced on Oct. 28.
Jeudy was sentenced last year to 15 years in connection with a Brooks County carjacking. Due to the Coolidge robbery going through federal court, Jeudy will likely not have concurrent sentences, but rather serve his time in consecutive sentences. The 20-year old’s legal woes won’t end with that October sentencing, however.
After that October 28 court date, Jeudy will face a charge of felony murder, seven counts of aggravated assault, three counts of armed robbery, burglary and seven counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony in Colquitt County. He was one of 11 people whom police accused in an 80-count indictment in April 2011 of being part of a gang identified as the Forrest Hill Boyz.
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