Victoria man sentenced to 99 years in prison, following first-degree felony conviction
VICTORIA, Texas – On Wednesday, July 21, 2021, Kervin Eugene Bryant, 44, of Victoria, Texas was convicted of possessing approximately 30 grams of cocaine with the intent to deliver. This is considered a first-degree felony.
After finding Bryant guilty, a Victoria County jury sentenced him to 99 years in prison. This was Bryant’s seventh conviction in the State of Texas.
The case was prosecuted by the office of Criminal District Attorney Constance Filley Johnson by assistant criminal district attorneys Jordan Fries and Andrea Harvey. Attorneys Charles NeSmith and Robert Williams of Houston represented the defendant. Presiding over the three-day trial was Judge Eli Garza, District Judge of the 377th District Court of Victoria County.
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