Jenkins gets 10 years for aggravated robbery on Cold Springs Road
By Tamas Mondovics
The second subject in a Late December incident had pled guilty in Johnson County Criminal Court. According to information Jennifer Lois Jenkins, 42, also of Bristol, TN, pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery conspiracy, aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated robbery charges.
Jenkins is ordered to serve a 10-year sentence to be served at 85 percent.
Jenkins along with Willie Davis, 41, of Bristol TN, entered a residence in Johnson County on December 28, 2018, that sparked a three-day manhunt, ending with the couple’s arrest in Sullivan County Tennessee in early January.
According to police reports, the victim was
locked inside one of the
bedrooms of the home but was eventually able to
escape and flee to a
residence nearby to call for assistance.
The victim was then treated at an area hospital for minor injuries.
The incident was investigated by Johnson County investigators assisted by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office.
Davis and Jenkins were apprehended on January 1, 2019, after police received
a tip that the duo was
hiding out in a camper on
Big Hollow Road in Blountville.
Davis pled guilty in the Johnson County Criminal Court on Friday, March 29, 2019.
Judge Lisa Rice then sentenced Davis to 20 years to be served at 100 percent.