Mistrial Declared in Terrence Robinson Murder Case

Judge Robert E. Morin declared a mistrial in the case against Daquan Tinker Thursday, after a jury cleared him of two charges and convicted him of one, but deadlocked on remaining charges, including second-degree murder for the shooting death of Terrence Robinson. Earlier Thursday, jurors acquitted Tinker of first-degree premeditated murder and felony murder, but … Read more →

Partial Verdict Clears Daquan Tinker of Top Murder Charges

In a partial verdict delivered Thursday, jurors cleared Daquan Tinker of first-degree premeditated murder and felony murder, but found him guilty of robbery while armed. The jury could still convict Tinker of second-degree murder. Jurors believed Tinker to be an “aider and abettor” for the robbery of Antoine Boddie, moments before Terrence Robinson’s death. During … Read more →

Jury Begins Deliberations in Terrence Robinson’s Murder

During a robbery on Aug. 4, 2012, Daquan Tinker didn’t get Terrence Robinson’s belongings, prosecutors say, “he took his life.” But Tinker’s defense attorneys argue that this is a case of mistaken identity, that there are inconsistencies in eyewitness testimony, and that police involved in the case “failed to follow leads” that would exclude Tinker. … Read more →

Eyewitness in Murder Trial: “I was just hoping I wasn’t next.”

Antoine Boddie started his day by taking out the trash and ended his day as a witness to murder, prosecutors say. On Tuesday, Boddie, 55, testified in the murder trial of 18-year-old DaQuan Tinker, who is charged with premeditated first-degree murder, felony murder, and four other charges in connection with the shooting death of Terrence … Read more →

Opening Arguments Heard in Trial of Daquan Tinker

Prosecutors say that Antwoine Boddie watched as Daquan Tinker ran across the 2600 block of Douglass Road Southeast and shot Terrence Robinson four times in a robbery attempt. At the time, Boddie was being robbed by Tinker and four others, according to prosecutors, and he remembered the tall light-skinned man who put on a mask … Read more →

New Indictment Adds Charges for Daquan Tinker in Terrence Robinson Murder

Daquan Tinker, 18, pleaded innocent Tuesday to first-degree murder, felony murder, armed robbery, and six related charges in connection with the 2012 shooting death of Terrence Robinson. This indictment is the second delivered by a grand jury in the case. Tinker was initially indicted last May on one charge of first-degree murder and a related … Read more →

DaQuan Tinker Arraigned on First-Degree Murder Charge

DaQuan Tinker pleaded innocent Friday to a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the August 2012 shooting death of Terence Robinson. A grand jury indicted Tinker last week. In that indictment, Tinker, 16, was charged with one weapons violation, in addition to the murder charge. According to charging documents, a robbery victim identified as … Read more →

Daquan Tinker Awaits Grand Jury Indictment for Murder of Terrence Robinson

Daquan Tinker, 16, has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the August shooting death of Terrence Robinson, which appears to have been connected to an armed robbery. According to charging documents, Tinker and four others robbed a person at gunpoint in the 2600 block of Douglass Road Southeast early in the morning of … Read more →

Daquan Tinker

  • Arrested: Aug. 28, 2012
  • Age: 17
  • Gender: Male
  • Race: Black

Suspected in the Aug. 4, 2012 death of Terrence Robinson.