Accused of Murder in Worcester: Robinson Trial Begins Today
The jury has been selected and the trial of Dylan Robinson, a Worcester teen accused of killing his father, Kenneth Robinson in October of 2019, is set to begin today in Cooperstown's Otsego County Court according to AllOTSEGO. It was originally scheduled back in April but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dylan Robinson who was 15 in 2019 when arrested, is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree burglary, first-degree attempted robbery and third-degree arson.
Six people were involved in the event at 53-year-old Kenneth Robinson's home which started as an attempted robbery of $5000 in cash and marijuana but ended in the murder of Robinson by his son Dylan, with Robinson's home set on fire to cover up the murder.
In this case, 32-year-old Nicolas Meridy and two other teenagers (Alexander Borggreen and Anais Soto, both from Oneonta) took plea deals while two other teenagers (Alexis Lotterman of Walton and Tatiana Febo of Downsville) had their cases moved to family court.
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