Jordyn Wade was seventeen years old when he participated in a robbery that saw four people killed. According to court documents Jordyn Wade and Robert Adams went to collect money from a group of people that quickly turned violent and four people were shot and killed. Wade apparently stood over the victims while Robert Adams committed the murders.
This teen killer would plead not guilty but would be found guilty on multiple counts and would be sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. Robert Adams would plead guilty to multiple charges of murder in exchange for prosecutors taking the death penalty off the table.
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A teen who was an alleged accomplice in the shooting deaths of four people last summer has been found guilty.
17-year-old Jordyn Wade was found guilty of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and kidnapping.
The teenager was accused of helping a 27-year-old accomplice rob five people, then stand with his gun drawn while the accomplice allegedly shot the victims. One victim survived.
35-year-old Angela D. Harrison, 18-year-old Tyajah Nelson, 26-year-old Daniel Sharp and 41-year-old Michael Ballour were all found shot to death at a home on East Hudson Street on June 13.
Wade, who was being tried as an adult, had pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The accused gunman, Robert Adams, fled to Mississippi after the slayings and was captured last August by U.S. Marshals. They say Adams was found “cowering in a bedroom closet, surrounded by piles of clothes.”
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An 18-year-old suspected gang member has been sentenced to 172 years in prison for his role in a quadruple homicide during a robbery at a Columbus home last year.
Jordyn Wade was accused of helping an accomplice rob five people, then stand with his gun drawn while the accomplice shot the victims. One person survived.
A jury convicted Wade in May and a judge sentenced him Tuesday to 172 ½ years in prison.
Co-defendant Robert Adams Jr. faces the death penalty if convicted during his trial scheduled next year. Wade wasn’t eligible for the death penalty because he was a juvenile when the slayings happened.
The Columbus Dispatch reports Wade’s attorney said life without parole wasn’t appropriate given Wade’s age and the fact he didn’t shoot the victims.