Sunday, May 1, 2011

Muggers Provide Authorities Key Evidence On Facebook

Police Use Muggers Facebook Pages To Convict Them Of Armed Robbery
Re-printed from a story at WOIO Channel 9 on April 4th 2011
Suave Carter and Dvonte Robinson Cleveland Ohio Robbery
Two muggers, who posted their crime on-line, are sentenced to years in prison for Armed Robbery.

CLEVELAND, OH. - Judgement day came for two punks who robbed a 17-year-old in of November of 2010.

The teenage victim was walking from a store to his car in the afternoon on November 3rd 2010, when he saw two men - Suave Carter and Dvonte Robinson - following him. They each had on black hoodies and black hats, which were pulled down tight.

The victim sped up, but the thugs chased him. He got to East 185th Street and St. Clair when they pulled out guns and demanded money. They forced him to take off his pants, coat, and shoes. They went into his pockets and took $35. They stole the victim's boots and jacket. 

Suave Carter Robbery Cleveland OhioDvonte Robinson Robbery Cleveland Ohio
Suave Carter, A601402, and Dvonte Robinson, A601408, as they currently appear in their prison identification photos.

Both were charged and convicted of Aggravated Robbery, Carter was sentenced to four years in prison and will be released on November 14th 2014. His partner in crime, Robinson, was sentenced to three years and will be released on December 27th 2013.

Cleveland Police broke the case when they found Carter wearing the victim's jacket on Facebook along with a number of other suspicious photographs.

References:
WOIO Channel 9, Sentencing for dumb crook who showed off stolen goods on Facebook