Bremerton drug dealer cowboys all sentenced

Back from vacation, a couple of court cases wound down, and thought I would fill in the blanks in the record:

A 21-year-old man who was part of a crew which robbed two pot dealers earlier this year at gunpoint, threatening to kill them and in one case making them strip to their underwear, was sentenced to 22 years in prison Aug. 22.

Julian Lee Young was the last of the group of four to be sentenced for the robberies in Bremerton in February and May.

Young pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree robbery with a deadly weapon and first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, received the longest sentence, 258 months.

Christopher R. Jamerson, 19, was sentenced to 75 months in prison. He has previous convictions for theft and burglary and was convicted of first-degree robbery with a deadly weapon and first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

His sister, Briana Maria Jamerson, 23, convicted of second-degree trafficking in stolen property for selling a video game counsel stolen in one of the robberies, received a sentence of two months.

Joanna Kimly Say,18, convicted of second-degree robbery for acting as the driver in one of the robberies, was sentenced to six months in jail.

The robberies took place May 6 at a house on the 1500 block of 10th Street and Feb. 1 at a house on the 1500 block of Bloomington Avenue. The victims were targeted because they were believed to be marijuana dealers, according to Bremerton police.

During the May robbery, three ounces of marijuana and $300 cash were stolen. During the February hold up, one suspect struck a victim in the head with a pistol. An unknown amount of marijuana and $400 were stolen.

Documents say the four are from Renton, but have ties to Bremerton.

Here is the brief that ran last week.

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