District Attorney Billy Joe Harrington announced today the guilty plea and sentencing
in an armed robbery and attempted murder case.
Tyler Charles, 23, of Natchitoches, pleaded guilty in the 10th Judicial District Court to
armed robbery and attempted 2nd degree murder.
The conviction is the result of a 2020 incident in which Charles admitted to robbing Tommy’s Grocery in Natchitoches and stabbing the store employee during the robbery.
Judge Lala Sylvester sentenced Mobley to 30 years of imprisonment at hard labor without the benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence.
Special Prosecutor Clifford R. Strider, III prosecuted the case.
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