Montana of 300’s FGE Artist, J Real, Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Robbery

J Real, a member of Montana of 300’s FGE camp, was sentenced Monday to 12 years in prison for his role in a robbery at a Farmington Road tavern last summer, the Peoria Journal Star reports.

J Real, born Jacorey J. Shettleworth, and accomplice Christopher K. Pate, 27, were accused of holding up two people at gunpoint outside of the Rail II, 2702 W. Farmington Road.

J Real, born, 25, reportedly pleaded guilty in Peoria County Circuit Court to one count of aggravated robbery. Under the plea deal, prosecutors reportedly dropped two more serious counts of armed robbery.

Pate reportedly pleaded guilty to the same charged in January, and received 12 years as well.

J Real and Pate, who pleaded guilty to only robbing one person, will have to spend at least six years in prison before they’re eligible for parole.

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