I'm Devyn, 22 years old and i'm a Criminology student.
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Valessa Robinson, a 15 year old girl who lived in an upper middle class suburb, was being accused, along with her boyfriend and another friend, having killed his mother and then flee with the credit card and minivan Mom. After a dramatic chase and shootout on a lonely stretch of highway in Texas, the three were arrested.
The victim, Vicki Robinson (49), was divorced, worked in real estate, trying to raise her two teenage daughters and was looking to get ahead in your new life.
For years, she and Valessa went through the battles themselves that age. But later, Valessa became obsessed with her new love and conflict between the two worsened. A few months later, Vicki was dead, his body ‘had been found stuck in a trash can and Valessa and her boyfriend were in prison.
The police soon focused his research in 15 years, Mrs. Robinson’s daughter Valessa, it was gone, too. Mrs. Robinson had been struggling to maintain control of his rebellious daughter and was worried about her new boyfriend, Adam Davis. Davis, 19, recently spent six months in jail for robbery and burglary.
Six days after the disappearance Vicki Robinson, Robinson and Adam Davis Valessa - along with 19-year-old Jon Whispel - were arrested after a high-speed chase on Interstate 10 in Texas. The next day, the body of Mrs. Robinson was found in a trash can in the woods a few miles from his home.
Whispel reached a plea deal and turned against his friends. He said that on the night of the murder, he and Adam had taken Valessa LSD.As they sat in a Denny’s talking about what to do, soon suggested Valessa kill his mother. Inside the house Robinson, Mrs. Davis attacked and stabbed Robinson, Whispel said, adding that at one point her mother pressed Valessa.
Whispel pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Last year, Adam Davis was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to death.