(BILOXI MS) Early Saturday (8/1/2020) morning, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) arrested Roosevelt Robinson, IV in Biloxi.
As you recall, on July 20th, Robinson was listed on the TBI's "Most Wanted" list. That was just one-day after he allegedly set-fire to his girlfriend's home in Smyrna.
Fortunately, she and her children escaped without injury.
Smyrna Police earlier charged Robinson with four counts attempted criminal homicide, one count aggravated arson, and two counts of harassment.
In another incident, on December 7, 2019, Metro Nashville Police pulled Robinson over for speeding. During that "traffic stop", it was discovered there was an "active warrant" out for his arrest. Robinson reportedly refused to get out of the car, and fled the scene. In doing that, he allegedly ran over the officer's legs. He was charged with assault of a first responder and evading arrest. That landed him in the Metro Jail with $77,000 bond.
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