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Brandon Joiner’s hell was cold and smelled like a rusty aluminum can.
Former Shoemaker standout Brandon Joiner helps his mother Cynthia Joiner-Moore into the car after being released from the Hutchins State Jail Tuesday morning in Dallas. Joiner was granted parole on Nov. 13, 2012 for robbery and drug charges in a 2007 incident while still a football player at Texas A&M.
DALLAS — Snow fell from the sky. It was a gray, miserably cold morning. Brandon Joiner smiled, stepped off the bus and danced on the soggy gravel parking lot.
Having served more than seven months of his three-year prison sentence for a 2007 robbery and felony drug charges, Brandon Joiner will finally be walking free.
Former Shoemaker standout Brandon Joiner is set to be released from prison Jan. 15, his mother, Cynthia Joiner-Moore, said in a text message to the Herald on Friday. The former Shoemaker standout defensive lineman was granted parole Nov. 13, the week before Thanksgiving, but spent the holidays incarcerated awaiting his release date.
The present Cynthia Joiner-Moore wanted most was not under her tree Tuesday morning.
Brandon Joiner is no closer to coming home than he is right now, in a cell at the San Saba Transfer Facility.
BRYAN Former Shoemaker defensive lineman Brandon Joiner was sentenced to three years in jail for a 2007 armed robbery that the 23-year-old had been hoping to put behind him for the last five years.
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By Anthony Scott
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.