Jhamien Robinson Again
Quite frequently we end up writing about the same thugs over and over. Let’s talk about Jhamien Robinson again.
We last discussed Jhamien Askia Robinson when he was on the run from NCPD in August of 2014. He was wanted for shooting another guy during a robbery while at the Midland Park Grocery on the 28th of August. Now Robinson has been charged in the death of Barrett Kinlock on September 14th at the problem club known as The Big Rock off of Midland Park Road. According to news reports, Kinlock had provided police with a statement implicating Robinson in the armed robbery and shooting at the grocery store. Robinson apparently killed Kinlock in retaliation.
Robinson was charged today with Murder and Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime in the killing of Kinlock. He had been in jail September 17th, the day after he killed Kinlock, on charges of Attempted Murder, Armed Robbery and Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime.
We have to give recognition to a judge we normally have to ding. Judge James Gosnell held a bond reconsideration hearing for Robinson in late October. Gosnell set a total bond of $1,000,000 on the three charges stemming from the armed robbery. Nice job, Judge!
Maybe we should review Robinson’s history again. The last time we checked on his record he was supposedly assigned to “high supervision” probation.
Since his arrest in September that has changed to “unknown”.
Attempted Murder - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
1st Degree Assault & Battery - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge R. Markley Dennis to 9 years, suspend after 18 months and 5 years probation. Robinson was given credit for 325 days time served even though he only spent 36 days in jail before Judge Gosnell reduced his bond on these charges and set him free.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Dennis to 90 days.
Stalking - Plead guilt to 1st Degree Harassment. Sentenced to 90 days.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston to 1 year. The Felon’s Friend gave Robinson credit for 58 days time served even though he bonded out of jail after only one day.
Probation Violation - Revoked in part, whatever that means.
Attempted Armed Robbery
Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime
As we mentioned in the beginning, Robinson had a one-million dollar bond set on those charges. He has had a $100,000 bond set for the pending Probation Violation.
Our last few stories bring our 9th Circuit gun crime tally to:
70 charges 26 dismissed 15 guilty pleas 29 pending