Warner Robins man gets 15 years in assault case

wcrenshaw@macon.comJune 13, 2014 

A Warner Robins man was sentenced to 15 years without parole after a jury convicted him of two counts of aggravated assault Thursday.

Michael Dewey Allman, 39, was accused of trying to kill Terry Keith Robbins on March 9, 2013, according to a news release from the Houston County District Attorney’s Office.

Allman allegedly fired at Robbins three times with a shotgun, then stabbed him 10 times because he mistakenly believed Robbins had stolen money. No money was found on Robbins or in his car following the incident.

Superior Court Judge Katherine Lumsden sentenced Allman to a total of 40 years with 15 to serve in prison. Because Allman is a three-time convicted felon, he will not be eligible for parole until he serves 15 years.

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