MAYVILLE – The Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that a Chautauqua County Grand Jury has handed up an indictment for 36 year-old Keith Robbins, the Jamestown man accused of killing 36 year-old Shari Robbins.
Robbins has been charged with 2nd degree murder and Injuring a Police Animal.
On Thursday, Nov. 10 just after 9 a.m., Shari Robbins was fatally shot in a parking lot on Prospect St. as she was heading to work. The main suspect in the case was estranged husband, Keith Robbins.
Robbins was on the loose for more than five days before finally being taken into custody on Tuesday, Nov. 15, after a six hour standoff with police at 2 Todd Ave. in Jamestown. It was during the standoff that he allegedly stabbed the Jamestown Police dog, K9 Mitchell, after the dog was deployed into the home to locate Robbins. Mitchell underwent emergency surgery for treatment of a stab wound and is expected to recover.
Robbins was arraigned Monday in Chautauqua County Court and was sent to the county jail without bail.