Second arrest is made in shooting of Brian Robinson

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Commanders running back Brian Robinson was shot during a attempted carjacking in late August. As of early November, two arrests have been made.

Earlier this week, a 17-year-old male was arrested. According to agent Ryan Williams, a second suspect was arrested on Friday.

The second suspect is only 14 years old.

“Brian is grateful for all of the support and looks forward to great things ahead with the Commanders,” Williams said.

Robinson, a third-round draft pick in 2022 from Alabama, made his debut in Week Five. He has 175 rushing yards in four games. He scored his first career touchdown in a Thursday night win over the Bears.

6 responses to “Second arrest is made in shooting of Brian Robinson

  1. The problem is he’ll never truly see justice nor will there be justice. Should be attempted murder. These kids attempted to steal from him and shot him in the process. He is super lucky to be even alive let alone playing football again.

  2. Great police and detective work to catch these kids. They should also lock up the parents!

  3. That is beyond sad that those kids aren’t even 18 years old and they’re out in the streets shooting and robbing people. Terrible parenting. There is a deep rot in a certain segment of society to where more and more young people believe not only robbing but shooting and injuring/killing people is an acceptable behavior to get what you want. Just sickening. People need to do better as parents and their needs to be a culture change in society, actions like this shouldn’t be socially acceptable among segments of society.

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