An Erie man could spend up to 15 years in jail for a robbery, but intimidating a witness in the same case, landed him with even more jail time.
Thursday morning a judge sentenced 23-year old Jordan Easter to 5 to 15 years in jail for robbery, and an additional 8 months for intimidating a witness.
Back in June, Easter robbed a man outside of a west side Walmart.
He hit the man in the head with a revolver, took his money, and stole his car.
Police eventually tracked Easter down in the stolen vehicle.
Millcreek police say he also tried to stop that robbery victim from taking the stand in court.
But that's not all, while in jail, police say Easter even recruited people to carry out his plan to intimidate the victim.
He even allegedly sent threatening letters to the man from jail.