Accomack County man convicted of mans...

Accomack County man convicted of manslaughter

Jun 23, 2017 Read more: WMDT

According to the Accomack County Commonwealth Attorney, 24-year-old Tyqon Robins was found guilty of manslaughter and shooting into an occupied vehicle on Wednesday after a two day trial. Robins was arrested last year after shooting 39-year-old Fardale Johnson on June 24. Johnson was killed by a gunshot wound following a report of gunshots being fired between the drivers of two cars driving on Lankford Highway near Mappsville.

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