Harry “Big Al” Robinson, Jr. gets 15 Years’ Prison in Cocaine Sale

Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 11:15AM

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July 14, 2016

 

State of Florida v. Harry James Robinson, Jr.      

DOB: 11/24/1967                                                                  

2014-1376-CF – Sale of Cocaine

PCSO Case # 144802

Date of Offense: 08/13/2014

 Harry “Big Al” Robinson, Jr. gets 15 Years’ Prison in Cocaine Sale

 PALATKA – A Palatka man previously convicted by a Putnam County Jury on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, following a jury trial on a felony Sale of Cocaine charge was sentenced today, September 13, 2016, to 15 years in a state prison facility. Harry James “Big Al” Robinson, Jr., 48, was sentenced to maximum possible sentence on the second degree felony charge.

             On August 13, 2014, investigators with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office equipped a confidential informant with audio and visual recording capabilities. The source then purchased cocaine from Mr. Robinson, Jr.’s Palatka home.

             Robinson has an extensive criminal history including 2 prior felony drug sales, 4 felony possession of drugs, 1 felony tampering charge, and 17 misdemeanor convictions.

             Assistant State Attorney Alex Sharp, of the State Attorney’s Drug Unit, prosecuted the case. Circuit Judge Clyde Wolfe presided over the case and pronounced sentence.

 

 For more information contact:

 Spencer S. Hathaway

Public Information Officer / Assistant State Attorney

Office of R.J. Larizza

State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit

251 N. Ridgewood Avenue

HathawayS@SAO7.org

(386)239-7710


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