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Raheim Robinson Guilty of Murdering Richard Collinge and MyJel Rand

Raheim Robinson

Raheim Robinson, a 21-year-old, was found guilty by a jury on March 29, 2024, of committing a string of violent crimes on July 19 and July 20, 2022. The charges included four counts of Murder in the 1st Degree, twelve counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd Degree, Attempted Murder in the 2nd Degree, Reckless Endangerment in the 1st Degree, and Arson in the 4th Degree. These acts resulted in the tragic deaths of Richard Collinge and MyJel Rand.

The events unfolded when gunshots were reported in the vicinity of North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street on the night of July 19, 2022, prompting a response from Rochester Police Officers. The following day, at around 12:30 AM, Richard Collinge, MyJel Rand, and Tireek Burden were shot in the same area. Collinge and Rand succumbed to their injuries, while Burden survived. Additionally, a fire was reported on Weyl Street, where a car was set ablaze.

An investigation revealed that Deadrick Fulwiley and Raheim Robinson were responsible for the murders, attempted murder, and arson. Deadrick Fulwiley pleaded guilty to his involvement and received a 30-year to Life sentence. Kelvin Vickers, aged 23, was also apprehended for the murders of Collinge and Rand, as well as for killing Rochester Police Officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz. Vickers received a Life Without Parole sentence for his crimes.

First Assistant District Attorney Perry Duckles expressed satisfaction that justice was served for the victims and their families. Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley commended the efforts of law enforcement in seeking justice for the victims and Officer Mazurkiewicz.

Raheim Robinson and Deadrick Fulwiley will face sentencing in front of Monroe County Court Judge Julie Hahn in May.


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