Shelby Myron Robinson 18, charged with raping 2 women in Mobile Alabama. Robinson was on probation for robbery.Part of his probation was to attend mandated Narcotics Anonymous meetings. This sort of sentence happens everyday in this country.People of all ages are put at risk because of court mandated violent felons being sent to your local AA/NA groups. AA/NA will not warn you,as they feel this up to each group to handle as they see fit. Since they are afraid of scaring off members they stay mum.Instead allowing very vulnerable members to be put at risk.
On June 5, according to police, Robinson attacked 2 women as they left an R. Kelly concert after-party on Dauphin Street about 3 a.m.
He allegedly forced them into their car, stole their purses, and drove to a dark street, where he sexually assaulted them. Police say he also threatened the women, telling them that if they told police, or if he saw reports in the news, he would come to their homes and kill them.
Charged with rape, robbery, kidnapping, sodomy and fraudulent use of a credit card, he remains in Mobile County Metro Jail after being denied bail.
The gas station robbery occurred in March 2009, when Robinson was 16.
He stole several packs of Newport cigarettes, along with lighters and money from a donation jar meant for soldiers overseas, while another young man held a 62-year-old clerk at gunpoint, according to case records.
His front-end diversion program was set to last three years. He was required to check in at the Community Corrections Center during the day, take classes and complete community service, and be under house arrest at night.
He also had to earn his high school equivalency degree, enroll in Narcotics Anonymous and pay $368 in restitution.
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