Stephonze Rea Balfour pleaded guilty Friday to aggravated robbery in connection with the Jan.14 robbery and shooting of a Lake Brownwood man and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Balfour, 19, also pleaded guilty to bail jumping and failure to appear and was sentenced to 10 years in prison in that case.

Balfour entered the pleas before Brown County Court-at-Law Judge Frank Griffin.

Balfour had been a no-show on June 28 in 35th District Court, where he was to appear in a bond hearing related to the robbery and wounding of Andrew Shawn Prewitt, 38.

An informant’s tip led sheriff’s deputies Monday to Balfour, who was arrested in north Brownwood.

Balfour was one of three men indicted in the robbery and shooting in a Shamrock Shores trailer, which sheriff's officials have said was drug-related.

Also indicted were Balfour’s cousin, Kristopher Balfour, 19, and Phillip Johnson, 23.

In other recent sentencings:

Stephen Bryan Fortenberry pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Bobby Joe Dudley pleaded guilty to forgery and was sentenced to eight years in prison.

David Alan Espitia, on probation for criminal attempt-burglary of a habitation, was revoked and sentenced to five years in prison.

Randy Sliger, on probation for securing execution of a document by deception, was adjudicated and sentenced to one year in state jail.