DETROIT, MI – Jayru Campbell is headed back to jail for 7 months after he violated of his probation.
Prosecutors were pushing for the maximum sentence of one year in jail. Campbell has already spent 98 days in jail which he was given credit for. Along with the 7 months in jail, Campbell faces 18 more months of probation and participate in counseling during that time.
Campbell plead guilty last week to the violating his probation that he was serving for the sentence that he received from the incident where he body slammed a school security guard.
Jayru assaulted a security guard at Cass Tech in February of 2014. In a plea deal with the court, Judge Timothy Kenny gave Jayru Campbell a huge break. Campbell was sentenced to 60 days in jail, 75 hours of community service and serve 15 months of probation, including random drug testing and psychological exams.
Campbell started serving his sentence on July 28th, 2014. He was released on September 12th, 2014. He was released noon from the Wayne County Jail and within a few short hours assaulted his girlfriend on Detroit Public School property.
Judge Kenny had sentenced Campbell under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act. If Jayru Campbell would have completed his sentence under those terms, he had the chance to avoid a criminal record.
Campbell is has the unresolved issue of the misdemeanor charge of domestic violence for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend at Cass Tech.