Greenville, MS – In Greenville, Floyd Taylor, 20 yoa, and Kordarrus Clifton, 18 yoa, pled guilty for their roles in robbing the B Quick Store on Reed Road and he have been sentenced to serve time in the Mississippi Department of Corrections, District Attorney Dewayne Richardson announced today.
Both men were scheduled for court this week where they entered pleas of guilty for Armed Robbery. This case stemmed from the July 13, 2016 armed robbery of the store clerk at the B Quick located at 1381 East Reed Road. Floyd Taylor admitted to being the lone gunman in this crime and he was sentenced to a total of 14 years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections. He will serve the first 9 years of his sentence in prison without the opportunity for early release or parole. Kordarrus Clifton pled guilty this week to the charge of Armed Robbery as well and he was sentenced to 12 years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Clifton will serve the first 7 years in prison and then be on probation for 5 years.
Richardson added that, “the District Attorney’s office feels that justice has been served by the conviction and penalty imposed on these defendants. All defendants sentenced to the Penitentiary for Armed Robbery are required by law to serve 100% of their sentence without any early release or parole.”
Contact: W. Dewayne Richardson
District Attorney, Fourth Circuit Court District | 662-378-2105