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UPDATED: Youngblood found guilty in 2018 aggravated robbery, sentenced to 15 years
Terence Youngblood, 19
LUBBOCK, Texas -
Terence Youngblood was sentenced to 15 years in prison for robbing and shooting a teenager during a drug deal last year.
Youngblood must serve at least half of his sentence before he's eligible for parole.
A jury found Terence Youngblood guilty of aggravated robbery Wednesday afternoon.
His punishment phase will continue Thursday.
The victim of an armed robbery took the stand Tuesday to testify against the man accused of hitting and shooting him during a drug deal last year.
Prosecutors say Terence Youngblood, 21, took part in robbing Nicholas Davis, 18. He's charged with aggravated robbery.
One the stand, Davis named the defendant specifically as the man in the back seat of the SUV he was attacked in. Davis told prosecutors while the car was moving, another man held him down and stole his belongings.
Davis said Youngblood then pistol-whipped him and shot him in the thigh. As soon as that happened Davis said the people in the SUV dumped him out on 36th street near Slide.
A police officer testified while Davis was in the hospital, he had a hard time recalling who attacked him before he blurted out "T, Y, B".
Testimony will continue Wednesday.
Two other suspects, Ruby Banuelos, 18 and Francisco Rodriguez, 18, are also charged in the robbery.