Monroe man convicted of rape
MONROE, La. (AP) - A 34-year-old Monroe man has been convicted in the rape of two women, including a University of Louisiana at Monroe student in January 2012.
A jury found Terresz Robinson guilty of two counts of aggravated rape, one count of attempted second-degree kidnapping, second-degree kidnapping, carjacking and theft.
Closing arguments were heard Monday afternoon 4th District Court in Monroe. A brief recess was called before Judge Wilson Rambo was to give instructions to the jury, and deliberations started shortly afterward.
Sentencing was set for April 17.
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