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3rd suspect wanted for July Bath home invasion robbery taken into custody

Jeff Murray
Elmira Star-Gazette

A third suspect sought in connection with a home invasion robbery over the summer in the Village of Bath is in custody in Chemung County.

Officers from the Elmira Police Department arrested Robin S. Robinson, 37, of Elmira and Corning, after receiving an anonymous tip, according to the Village of Bath Police Department, which is investigating the original incident.

Robinson was charged with first-degree robbery, two counts of second-degree robbery, three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, four counts of second-degree assault, and first-degree burglary, all felonies.

The charges stem from an incident July 24 on West Morris Street in the Village of Bath.

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Three armed subjects entered a home, assaulted the occupant and stole his property, according to Bath police.

In early August, police arrested a homeless man, identified as 38-year-old Vincent T. Martilotti, and charged him with first-degree robbery and first-degree assault, both felonies.

A few days later, police arrested Danielle M. Wright, 39, who is also listed as homeless, and also charged her with first-degree robbery and first-degree assault.

Wright and Martilotti, who was on probation for a drug conviction at the time of his arrest, were both committed to the Steuben County Jail following arraignment.

Robinson, who was also charged by Elmira police for allegedly possessing another illegal weapon, is being held in the Chemung County Jail.

He will be transported back to Steuben County to be arraigned on the charges related to the home invasion, authorities said.

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