A Lebanon man has been arraigned for two counts of second-degree robbery for his role in a Jan. 8 robbery of the KFC in Woodburn.
Keaton Robinson, 29, is charged with stealing an undisclosed amount of money from the KFC and with threatening two individuals with physical force. According to court documents, Robinson "represent(ed) by word and conduct that defendant was armed with what purported to be a deadly weapon" while committing the robbery.
A Metcom 911 Facebook post from the day of the incident said the defendant left Woodburn after the robbery in a blue teal-colored Honda Civic.
The Albany Democrat-Herald reported Jan. 9 that Lebanon Police Department officers pulled over a Honda vehicle matching the description before 1 p.m. on Jan. 8 and arrested its two occupants on outstanding warrants.
Lebanon police identified the individuals as Jeremy Greg Brooks, 28, and Keaton Lucas Robinson, 29, both of Lebanon. Robinson was held for a parole violation, while Brooks was held for a probation violation, failure to appear and contempt of court. Brooks was released a couple days after the arrest.
Linn County Sheriff's records show that Robinson was held in the Linn County Jail until Feb. 1, when he was moved to the Marion County Jail. He was arraigned on Feb. 2.
Robinson's bail is set at $100,000. His next court date is a plea hearing on Feb. 24.