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10/13/05

Lubbock Judge Adds 10 Years To Inmate's Sentence

The John Montford Unit inmate who held a nurse hostage for more than seven hours pleaded guilty to aggravated kidnapping Thursday.

The plea adds another ten years to Julius Grulkey's current sentence. Grulkey was serving a 20 year sentence for robbery when he and another inmate overpowered guards at the Montford Unit in 1999. They barricaded themselves in a file room with nurse Sydney Job for more than seven hours. No one was injured.

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