Grand Jury Charges that Minn. Ave. Killing was “Especially Heinous, Atrocious, or Cruel”

Ricardo Mitchell pled innocent Wednesday in the shooting death of Wyatt Earp Robinson; Fox5 reported last week that Mitchell’s girlfriend, a police officer, has pled guilty to charges connected to the case.

According to charging documents in the case, investigators believe that as Robinson was walking down the street, he “looked in the direction” of three people sitting on a Clay Place porch. One of those people, Mitchell, chased after Robinson, pushed him with a gun, then fired at him multiple times.

A Grand Jury charged Mitchell with first-degree murder while armed with the aggravating circumstance that the murder was “especially heinous, atrocious, or cruel.”

Mitchell was also charged with three weapons offenses.

Read the indictment below.

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