St. Petersburg Crack Dealer Sentenced to a Decade in Prison – 28 August, 2009 – Tampa, FL – U.S. Attorney A. Brian Albritton announces that United States District Judge Virginia Hernandez Covington today sentenced Gregory Robinson (age 26, of St.Petersburg) to 10 years in federal prison. Robinson had pleaded guilty on November 20, 2008 to possessing crack cocaine with the intent to distribute it.
According to court documents, in the summer of 2008, an undercover detective from the St. Petersburg Police Department purchased varying quantities of crack cocaine
from Robinson.

This case was investigated by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and
Explosives. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Eduardo Toro-Font of
the Tampa Division.

With his death Tuesday night at age 77, Sen. Ted Kennedy leaves a legal legacy that spans not just decades but touches nearly every major area of the law. The Kennedy imprint, either as original sponsor or a leading proponent, is on the nation’s landmark voting rights laws, its workplace discrimination laws, immigration reform, judicial nominations and other major issues.

Four Individuals Charged Federally in Ocala Robbery Conspiracy