Jarvis Tarquez Gibson’s complete sentence is 20 years for each of four counts burglary and 10 years for a sixth burglary count. Counts 2-5 are to run concurrent with each other but consecutive with count six for a total of 30 years.
After serving the first seven years in confinement, the remainder of sentence may be served on probation.
Chief Superior Court Judge William Prior accepted the plea April 22.
Gibson was arrested Oct. 5, 2011, with co-defendant Ladavian Montrell Ross, and the two men were indicted August of 2012 on the burglary charges.
Ross’ charges are still pending.
In a story about the arrests in The Jones County News, Sheriff’s Investigator Capt. Earl Humphries said Ross and Gibson, who were 18 and 19 years of age at the time, were arrested during an investigation of a rash of burglaries that had occurred all around the county.
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