Jordan Flock Given Boot Camp Recommendation For Break In
A Casper man has a chance to avoid a lengthy prison sentence.
Nineteen-year old Jordan Flock was sentenced to five-to-eight years in prison on one charge of burglary, and three-to-five years for one charge of possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
Both sentences come with a boot camp recommendation.
Flock admitted in court that in October, he and several other people showed up at Taylor Few's apartment.
Once they entered, Few said he saw one man holding a shotgun and Few’s roommate was able to wrestle it away from him.
Few said he and Flock had gotten into an argument the night before over a woman and Flock said he’d be back.
A co-defendant told police that the confrontation was a scare tactic aimed at Few.
The gun did not go off during the confrontation and no one was injured.
If Flock completes boot camp, the court could call him back for a sentence review hearing.