During a press conference on Friday, December 17, Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis said Robinson, who was taken into custody and charged with killing two people last month, may be involved in the deaths of at least two additional women.
Police claim the 35-year-old met his victims on dating websites and reportedly lured them to motels. They alleged he would then kill them and use shopping carts to transport their bodies to vacant lots in an attempt to cover his tracks.
Allene Elizabeth “Beth” Redmon, 54, and Tonita Lorice “Nita” Smith, 39, were two of the victims who were found last month in Harrisonburg. Authorities now believe Robinson is also responsible for the death of a woman they identified as Cheyenne Brown, 29, as well as another unidentified victim from Fairfax.
“We’re in the process of conducting, along with many other partners, a retrospective investigation to figure out where he’s been,” Davis said. “And we’re going to work with our law enforcement partners, homicide detectives, missing person detectives, to see if we can identify any other victims and families and communities that he has brought harm to.”
While police were initially unable to locate Brown in the area where she was last spotted, a tip led them back to the same location and they eventually noticed a shopping cart in the distance.