One of Northeast Jackson's finest is back on the streets. The Mississippi Parole Board sprung Broderick Robinson on September 15. Broderick Robinson pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen firearm in Hinds County Circuit Court on September 1, 2015. However, Judge Winston Kidd remanded two counts of house burglary. Judge Kidd sentenced him to serve five years in prison and two years of supervised probation but suspended two years of the sentence and gave him credit for time served. Robinson is 22 years old. Robinson has a long record of arrests for burglary, drug, and firearms-releated offenses.
The law forced the state to release Robinson when he served 25% of his sentence. Mr. Robinson and his friends are not just house burglars. They allegedly target homes with firearms and allegedly run guns and drugs before he took his sabbatical.
|So much for that.|
Kingfish note: Make no mistake, this is one bad dude and his release is bad news for Northeast Jackson The keyboard warriors who brag about how they will shoot someone they catch stealing might want to think twice before messing with this guy. There is a good possibility he will be armed and armed with something better than whatever you are carrying. However, he can go back to prison for two more years if he is arrested for a felony.
Any information on him is welcome. He drove a white crown vic before he went to prison. He and his mother usually rent in the Northeast Jackson area. If you see him, feel free to take notes, pictures, and other observations and send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so it can be forwarded to JPD. Keep in mind, you do have a constitutional right to defend yourself.
Broderick is off the street.
Meet the hoodlums of Northeast Jackson.