Teen Sentenced For Shooting Commanders RB

(Washington, DC) — A 15-year-old boy who admitted to shooting Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Junior will stay in prison until he’s 21-years-old.  That’s the maximum sentence for juvenile in DC.  Robinson took two shots to the leg during a likely carjacking attempt back in August. The teen was arrested about a month later along with a 17-year-old. He pleaded guilty in January to the Robinson shooting and has also admitted to gunning down a 15-year-old in October.  That crime is included in the sentence.

Washington Commanders Running Back Brian Robinson, Jr.