Jan 31, 2017

From possible resolution to no plea to motion to continue, Maxx Robison preliminary continued to February 21




Preliminary hearing was scheduled for McMullens' motel suspect Maxx Robison this morning in Courtroom 4.


At the intervention hearing for Robison yesterday, his attorney, Public Defender Jennifer Dixon said that an offer had been made by the people, which would remain
open until this morning.


First, it seemed the case would resolve. Then, when Robison appeared in court, he told his attorneu he would not take the plea. All this between back and forth between Courtroom 4 and 2. Finally, the case ended back in Courtroom 2 for an oral motion to continue by the People. The DA's office learned this morning a witness was unavailable as she was sick.

The People's offer was withdrawn.

Motion for discovery on February 9; Intervention on February 16; Preliminary February 21.






Robison is charged with four felonies and there are two victims, One already identified Rhianna Skye McKenzie and the other one is Elisha Caleb Mansell.




Count 1 is Murder, victim is McKenzie. Two special allegations for Count 1: "personally and intentionally discharging a firearm; a semi-automatic rifle, which caused great bodily injury or death to" McKenzie and "above offense perpetrated by means of shooting a firearm from a motor vehicle with intent to inflict great bodily injury."

Count 2 is Attempted Murder, victim Mansell with special allegation "personally and intentionally discharging a firearm; a semi-automatic rifle, which caused great bodily injury or death to" Mansell.

Count 3 is Assault with semi-automatic firearm upon Mansell with special allegation ""personally and intentionally discharging a firearm; a semi-automatic rifle," which causes the offense to be a serious and violent felony.

Count 4 Shooting an occupied motor vehicle.

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http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2016/12/mcmullen-motel-shooting-suspect-maxx.html?m=1

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