A Houston man will serve 40 years for a crime spree that started on the A&M campus.
Earl Henderson pleaded guilty Tuesday to a slew of charges stemming from an October 2007 incident, in which he led officers on a high-speed chase.
He was sentenced Wednesday to more than 70 years for all of them.
But since they'll run concurrently, he'll have to serve only 40 and will be eligible for parole in 20.
Officers believe Henderson and another man robbed an Aggie at gunpoint, burglarized two vehicles on campus, tried to run over a bicycle officer, then led police on a chase that ended in Navasota, where they said his suspected accomplice, Isiah Holden was caught.
Henderson ran away and was later captured in Houston.
The case against Holden, is still pending.
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