Cantonment Man Charged With Attempted Murder

January 13, 2021

A Cantonment man is the third person charged in an October shooting at a convenience store on Olive Road.

Michael DeWayne Robinson, 43, was charged with first degree premeditated attempted murder, kidnapping an adult for ransom and aggravated battery. He was booked into the Escambia County Jail this week with bond set at $1.175 million.

On January 5, Quaundre McGee, 17, was charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated battery and destruction of evidence. A third accomplice, Tawanna Quanethia Lewis, 40, was arrested November 13 on charges of attempted homicide, kidnapping, aggravated battery and obstructing justice. She remained jailed with bond set at $1.6 million.

The shooting happened October 24 at the Xpress Mart store at 202 East Olive Road during what was described as a drug deal gone wrong. A woman suffered a gunshot wound to the ankle.

Pictured top: Michael DeWayne Robinson of Cantonment. Pictured below: Tawanna Quanethia Lewis (left) and Quaundre McGee,

Comments

4 Responses to “Cantonment Man Charged With Attempted Murder”

  1. Lisa jackson on January 13th, 2021 12:52 pm

    Tawanna and Quandre are mother and son

  2. ensley boy on January 13th, 2021 10:00 am

    Why do they even allow bond for a serious charge such as this?

  3. Steve on January 13th, 2021 9:48 am

    For some reason I dont think they thought this through. Also the pictures seem to show they not sorry for doing it but upset they got caught.
    Life is what you make of it, they made a mess and now they must face a reality of being behind bars for a very long time over a monetary amount they could have earned in a short period of normal work. Heck even working at a fast food place would net you as much in a month or so.. And you never have to look over your shoulder or worry if the cops coming to get you.
    Peace of mind in not breaking the law. Can be free to do al the things that life allows.
    Now their only thing to look forward to is visitation day and maybe when they get a letter. They will never be part of society again no matter their place.
    Total waste of life.

  4. View from behind bars on January 13th, 2021 9:25 am

    “…..with bond set at $1.175 million”

    Enjoy your extended stay!!!!! Hope all you are accused of was worth the “risk vs. award”





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