A 17-year-old Downsville girl has been arrested as the the alleged driver of the getaway vehicle from the Worcester home Kenneth Robinson who was murdered during a robbery on October 10.

According to AllOTSEGO, Tatiana Febo of Downsville has been arrested and charged with burglary, first degree. Police believe that Febo used her own vehicle to drive Nicolas Meridy, 32, Dylan Robinson, 15. Alexander Borgreen, 16, Anais Soto, 17, and Alexis Lotterman, 16 to and from Robinson's home. Allegedly, Febo and Lotterman stayed in the car when Meridy, Robinson and Borgreen allegedly entered the house in search of $5,000 and marijuana. While inside, Dylan Robinson shot his father twice, once in the chest and once in the head, during a struggle.

Febo was arraigned in Otsego County Family Court Tuesday morning and released to the custody of her parents. According to District Attorney John Muehl, he does not believe there is enough evidence to try her as an adult.

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