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Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports
WholeHogSports.com is reporting that Arkansas wide receiver signee JoJo Robinson has been cleared of all charges stemming from an alleged armed robbery last month in Miami. Family attorney Larry Handfield confirmed the news on Thursday.
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Robinson, 18, had been charged with one count of armed robbery in the incident, in which police said a pedestrian was robbed of a gold bracelet at gun point. Robinson was a passenger in the backseat of the car, driven by Lakeith Stafford.

"All charges were dismissed against him, and I'm very pleased that after a thorough investigation he was cleared of all wrongdoing," Handfield said.
Robinson is four-star prospect out of Miami Northwestern High School. He caught 70 passes for 760 yards and 4 touchdowns last season.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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They're out to get him. They won't touch him. 'Cause he's innocent.
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