By Ralph Echtinaw
St. Louis resident Jordan Jon Snow, 32, was sentenced to 16-24 months in prison Monday, March 21, for multiple offenses.
On Dec. 16, 2021 Snow was arrested near the corner of Main Street and M46 by St. Louis Police Officer Greg Kolhoff on a child support warrant out of Gratiot County and a probation violation warrant out of Isabella County.
Snow resisted arrest at that time, adding another charge to his sheet. A search of his person turned up another person’s bank card. That led to a fourth charge:
Snow was also wanted for spray painting blue stars on a stop sign and a railroad sign in Alma last year.
St. Louis police turned Snow over to State Police to be lodged in the Isabella County jail, but Snow was released before warrants could be issued for resisting arrest and possession of stolen property.
Fast forward to Jan. 21: St. Louis Police received an anonymous tip on Snow’s whereabouts and arrested him without incident. This time he was lodged in the Gratiot County Jail.
The capper is that law enforcement officials were also interested in Snow regarding a November 2021 case of incest that occurred in Seville Township.
An investigation by the Gratiot County Sheriff’s Office led to Snow pleading guilty to engaging in sexual contact with a person to whom he was related to by blood. In this case it was a half-sibling, said Gratiot County Prosecutor Keith Kushion, who was lead prosecutor in Snow’s Circuit Court case.
Snow also pleaded guilty to defacing the aforementioned signs in Alma. District Court Judge Stewart McDonald sentenced him to one year in prison for that.
Circuit Judge Shannon Schlegel gave Snow 16-24 months in prison for the stolen bank card, 16-24 months for resisting arrest and 16-24 months for incest.
The sentences will be served concurrently, and Snow could be eligible for parole after serving 16 months.
See Jordan Snow’s Facebook page here.