Accused killer of Jacksonville barber in court
Keith Keglar, 20, is charged with murder in connection with the death of Tevin Robinson. Keglar was arrested on Wednesday for murder.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville man says he is not guilty in the death of a local barber, and the victim’s mother had to be removed from court following an explosion during the hearing .
Keith Keglar, 20, made his court appearance on Wednesday. Keglar faces a murder charge in connection with the death of Tevin Robinson.
Ronbinson’s mother, Meka Robinson, was escorted out of the courtroom with her victim’s attorney after she shouted “I hate him” in the courtroom.
Robinson was killed in January 2022 in a square on Dunn Avenue. Police said Robinson was found unconscious by a security guard.
Robinson had suffered at least one gunshot wound, police said. He died in hospital.
Robinson was a popular hairdresser known as “Duval Princess”. His mother showed up to Wednesday’s court date with her family wearing shirts with her son’s picture on the front. She said she wanted Keglar to see the family on every court date.
Judge Tatiana Salvador asked the defense attorney to stop speaking for a brief moment as Meka Robinson was escorted out of court.
Robinson said she didn’t realize she would react that way, but said: ‘I want him to know that we are standing up for my son and you had no right to do what you have. made.”
Keith Keglar’s next court date is set for May 4.
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