Man involved in Autumn Pasquale murder injured while committing home invasion, cops say

Dante Robinson, one of the brothers involved in the murder of 12-year-old Autumn Pasqaule in 2012, was arrested Monday and charged in a home invasion, prosecutors said. (file photo from Twitter)
Dante Robinson, one of the brothers involved in the murder of 12-year-old Autumn Pasqaule in 2012, was arrested Monday and charged in a home invasion, prosecutors said.

WINSLOW TWP. — Dante Robinson, one of the brothers involved with the murder of 12-year-old Autumn Pasqaule in 2012, has been arrested and charged in a home invasion that left him injured.

On Monday, Robinson was arrested just after midnight after breaking into a home near Kay Lane in Sicklerville, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. He is being charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, burglary, theft, aggravated assault and endangering a child, officials said.

Robinson, 21, is currently being treated in Cooper University Hospital for an injury he received during the burglary, the prosecutor’s office said. They said that once he is released from Cooper, he will be sent to Camden County jail pending the pretrial detention hearing in accordance with the New Jersey Bail Reform.

Under the recent Criminal Justice Reform rules, the court may order Robinson be detained without bail or released with conditions.

Autumn Pasquale (provided) 
Autumn Pasquale (provided)

 

Robinson was released from jail in September 2013 after pleading guilty to obstruction for his role in the murder of Autumn Pasquale who was found in a blue recycling bin two days after being reported missing in October 2012. The bin was located on an abandoned property next door to the Robinsons’ East Clayton Avenue home.

Robinson and his brother, Justin, were charged in her death. Justin pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and took sole responsibility for luring Autumn to his house and strangling her. He was sentenced on to serve 17 years in state prison of which 85 percent, or about 14 years, must be served before he is eligible for parole.