Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson announced today that late yesterday afternoon a jury found Lawrence resident, Gabriel A. Patterson, 21, guilty of three counts of aggravated robbery and one court of aggravated burglary.
Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson announces former Topeka resident Archie L. Robinson, 30, was sentenced today in the Division Five courtroom of the Honorable Paula B. Martin following the March jury trial for the 2014 fatal shooting of Mr. Patrick D. Roberts.
Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson announced today a jury found former Lawrence resident Martin Miller, 56, guilty in the retrial of the 2004 first degree murder of his then wife, the late Mary Miller. The retrial was a result of a February 2014 decision by the Kansas Court of Appeals that ruled Miller must be provided a new trial due to a jury instruction error during the original 2005 trial.
Jurors on Friday convicted Sarah Brooke Gonzales McLinn in the brutal knife death of Harold Sasko. Today jurors heard arguments by the State and defense attorney about whether the crime was committed in a “heinous, atrocious and cruel” manner allowing for the Hard 50 sentence. The jury returned with a verdict just before noon today agreeing with the State.
Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson announced today a jury convicted former Topeka resident Archie L. Robinson, 30, of aggravated burglary and first degree murder-felony murder in the 2014 shooting of Mr. Patrick D. Roberts.