Sentenced: 30 Years for Robbery with a Firearm

Today Jermaine Terrence Feagin, 43, of Labelle was sentenced to 30 years in prison for Robbery with a Firearm and 5 years in prison for Shooting At, Within, or Into a Dwelling or Building. He was given credit time served for Criminal Mischief (Less than $200). This follows being found guilty at trial in late June. Feagin also pled no contest to Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, a remaining charge from the same case. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison. All sentences will be served concurrently.

The charges all stem from a March 2017 incident in which two people were robbed and two shots were fired in their home while the defendant was spending time with them. A co-defendant on this case, Dejuan Dozier went to trial and was found guilty on various charges and has not been sentenced yet. He also has another case pending stemming from this case.

Today Feagin also entered a plea of no contest on an unrelated case to charges of Possession of Cocaine and Resisting or Obstructing an Officer without Violence. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison on the cocaine charge and credit for time served on the resisting count. This sentence will also be served concurrent to his other case.

Assistant State Attorneys Jody Brown and Kimberlee Mitton prosecuted the cases.

Samantha Syoen
Communications Director
State Attorney’s Office