William Robinson was sentenced to death by the State of North Carolina for a robbery murder. According to court documents William Robinson would shoot and kill Keith Davon Crump during the course of an armed robbery. William Robinson would also shoot the owner of the store who thankfully survived his injuries. William Robinson was arrested, convicted and sentenced to death
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A Stanly County resident convicted of first degree murder was sentenced to death Friday.
William Eugene Robinson received the death penalty for the 2006 murder of Keith Davon Crump, an employee of R.J. Tuckers in Albemarle. Robinson had also been convicted for the attempted first degree murder of store owner, Robert James Tucker III, who was shot in the face during the robbery.
Robinson will be transferred to Central Prison in Raleigh to await his execution.
Following the verdict, Robinson’s defense counsel gave notice of appeal. Robinson declined to comment after the verdict was read.