Akron man gets 18 years for abducting, shooting ex-girlfriend

Akron man gets 18 years for abducting, shooting ex-girlfriend

AKRON, OH (WOIO) - Terrence Robinson-Bey, 54, of Rosemary Boulevard in Akron, was sentenced to 18 years in prison Wednesday for abducting and shooting his ex-girlfriend.

Robinson-Bey was convicted last month of felonious assault and abduction, both with a gun specification and having a weapon under disability. Judge Christine Croce also determined Robinson-Bey is a Repeat Violent Offender.

In April of 2015, Robinson-Bey was driving around with his ex-girlfriend when the two got into an argument. Robinson-Bey then shot the 41-year-old woman in the leg as she tried to jump from the vehicle. Robinson-Bey forced the woman back in the car, drove around for hours while she was injured, and refused to take her to the hospital. Eventually, he drove her to a family member's home where the victim was able to escape. The woman was taken to the hospital, where she was treated for her injuries.

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