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Rochester man convicted for N. Clinton Ave murders

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Monroe County District Attorney’s Office announced the conviction of a local man for murder on Friday.

According to the DA’s office, on March 29, a jury convicted 21-year-old Raheim Robinson on multiple counts of murder in the first degree, attempted murder, weapons charges, arson, and reckless endangerment charges which resulted in the deaths of two people in July of 2022.

RPD said on the night of July 19, 2022, officers responded to North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street for reports of multiple gunshots in the area that hit a house and vehicle.

On July 20, 2022, RPD said at 12:30 a.m., Richard Collinge, MyJel Rand, and Tireek Burden were ‘gunned down’ in the City of Rochester near North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street. According to the DA’s office, when officers arrived on the scene, Collinge was pronounced dead while Rand and Burden were rushed to Strong Hospital where Rand died from gunshot wounds.

Investigators said in the early hours of July 20, there was a fire reported on Weyl Street where a car was found engulfed in flames that spread to a nearby house.

Following an investigation, law enforcement found evidence that 34-year-old Deadrick Fulwiley and Raheim Robinson were responsible for the murders of Collinge and Rand, and the attempted murder of Burden. Investigators also found that Fulwiley and Robinson were responsible for the arson of the vehicle on July 20 and both men were charged for the murders and other events.

Officers also arrested 23-year-old Kelvin Vickers for the murders of Collinge and Rand and during the investigation, Vickers murdered RPD Officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz and shot RPD Officer Sino Seng.

DAs said Robinson was convicted of four counts of murder in the first degree, twelve counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, attempted murder in the second degree, reckless endangerment in the first degree, and arson in the fourth degree for the above-mentioned crimes.

Robinson will be sentenced on May 31, 2024, and Fulwiley on May 17, 2024, according to the DA’s office.

​ ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Monroe County District Attorney’s Office announced the conviction of a local man for murder on Friday.

According to the DA’s office, on March 29, a jury convicted 21-year-old Raheim Robinson on multiple counts of murder in the first degree, attempted murder, weapons charges, arson, and reckless endangerment charges which resulted in the deaths of two people in July of 2022.

RPD said on the night of July 19, 2022, officers responded to North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street for reports of multiple gunshots in the area that hit a house and vehicle.

On July 20, 2022, RPD said at 12:30 a.m., Richard Collinge, MyJel Rand, and Tireek Burden were ‘gunned down’ in the City of Rochester near North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street. According to the DA’s office, when officers arrived on the scene, Collinge was pronounced dead while Rand and Burden were rushed to Strong Hospital where Rand died from gunshot wounds.

Investigators said in the early hours of July 20, there was a fire reported on Weyl Street where a car was found engulfed in flames that spread to a nearby house.

Following an investigation, law enforcement found evidence that 34-year-old Deadrick Fulwiley and Raheim Robinson were responsible for the murders of Collinge and Rand, and the attempted murder of Burden. Investigators also found that Fulwiley and Robinson were responsible for the arson of the vehicle on July 20 and both men were charged for the murders and other events.

Officers also arrested 23-year-old Kelvin Vickers for the murders of Collinge and Rand and during the investigation, Vickers murdered RPD Officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz and shot RPD Officer Sino Seng.

DAs said Robinson was convicted of four counts of murder in the first degree, twelve counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, attempted murder in the second degree, reckless endangerment in the first degree, and arson in the fourth degree for the above-mentioned crimes.

Robinson will be sentenced on May 31, 2024, and Fulwiley on May 17, 2024, according to the DA’s office. Read More CrimeRochesterFirst  

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