Man sentenced by DA's Office for 2016 robbery, carjacking case

Posted at 4:30 PM, May 16, 2017
and last updated 2017-05-16 19:32:13-04

Bryant Andrue Reagor, Jr. was sentenced for multiple charges by the Kern County District Attorney’s Office Tuesday.

Reagor was convicted of first degree robbery, carjacking, and false imprisonment.

Reagor was found not guilty of assault with the intent to commit forcible oral copulation and attempted forcible oral copulation.

On September 2, 2016, Reagor arranged to meet a transgender female for a date near the La Quinta Inn located on Riverside Drive.

After the date was canceled, Reagor forced his way into the victim’s motel room where he assaulted her,  choked her, bound her, demanded oral sex, and robbed her of her phone, purse, and vehicle.

During the trial the jury heard testimony from another transgender victim who met Reagor for a date in 2014. Reagor sexually assaulted the victim before beating her and stealing her property.


Reagor was sentenced to 11 years in prison.