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One of Two of Dunta’s Robbers Pleads Guilty

Terrance Demond Johnson, one of two of the armed robbers who robbed Texans CB Dunta Robinson’s home in Missouri City last September, pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery. According to the Fort Bend County prosecutor Jeff Strange, Johnson was given a 25-year prison sentence in the court of state District Judge Brady Elliott.

In September of 2007, Johnson and another man, who is still at large, evaded Dunta’s home, held him at gun point with pistols, duct taped him and then stole jewelry and left. Thankfully, no one was injured during the robbery, but it became just one more robbery of a pro sports player in 2007.

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