Georgetown Man Gets 25 Years in Prison for Drug-Related Charges

Georgetown Man Gets 25 Years in Prison for Drug-Related Charges

On August 29th, 2022, Jabyron Tywoine Richardson, a 42-year-old Georgetown man, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for drug-related charges. 

 

He was convicted of trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in cocaine base or crack cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute oxycodone and schedule suboxone.

 

Richardson was sentenced to 25 years on each of the trafficking charges and 20 years on each of the possession-with-intent-to-distribute charges.

 

According to the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, Richardson must serve at least 85% of the sentence before he is eligible for supervised release because the trafficking charges are considered “violent, serious, no-parole offenses.”

 

Officers also seized a ledger containing information regarding his drug sales and his cell phone, which contained text messages arranging drug deals. A stolen handgun was also recovered.