Report On 'America's Most Wanted' Leads To Woman's Arrest
January 28, 2002 at 5:32 PM EST - Updated June 30 at 1:05 AM
WILLOWICK, Ohio (AP) - One day after being profiled on the "America's Most Wanted" television show, a Toledo woman sought on a murder warrant was arrested in the Cleveland suburb of Willowick.
An undercover police officer dressed as a pizza delivery man arrested Christina Yvette Robinson, 32, on Sunday when she answered the door at her boyfriend's house, where she reportedly had lived since last summer.
Robinson was alone in the home and cooperated with police. She was in the Willowick City Jail on Sunday night.
The boyfriend's son contacted Willowick police after seeing Robinson's photo on the television crime show's Web site.
A friend of the family had called after seeing her on the show.
"It's been a pretty scary day," said the son, a 34-year-old Euclid resident who asked not to be identified.
He was surprised to learn about Robinson's past.
Robinson is wanted on three arrest warrants, including one for the April 13 murder of Aaron Jaquillard in Toledo during an apparent argument over a drug debt, police said.
Police said Robinson shot Jaquillard twice with a shotgun after he came to the Toledo home where she lived with her former boyfriend, Christopher Johnson.
Robinson and Johnson then loaded Jaquillard's body into Johnson's vehicle and drove it to Michigan, where it was abandoned, police said.
Johnson, 27, was arrested and sentenced to prison in October for his role in the killing.
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