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Police: Man asked ex-girlfriend for ride, beat her, threatened deadly violence if she called cops

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Allen Robinson (Courtesy: UCSO) Allen Robinson (Courtesy: UCSO)
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A Union man is behind bars after police said he was accused of beating his ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her and her children if she called law enforcement.

The victim, a 39-year-old woman, told officers she was asleep at her home when Allen Robinson showed up and asked for a ride to Foster Street, per incident reports.

The victim obliged and said Robinson then changed his mind and asked to go to another address on Sims Drive. After they passed police car, the woman said Robinson told her she had driven past the house he wanted to stop at. While she was turning around, the victim said Robinson attacked her.

She stopped the car and told police Robinson then jerked her out of the vehicle, hit her in the head and face and ripped her clothes off. Once the beating ended, she said Robinson drove her around for half an hour and told he we wasn’t going to let her go home because she would call police.

According to the incident report, Robinson threatened to kill her and her children if she called police. He reportedly said he would slit her throat and her children’s throats once he got out of jail.

Eventually, the woman said Robinson got out of the car on Hillside Drive and said he was going to buy a beer from a convenience store.

The woman said she was able to drive away and continued driving until she saw two police vehicles and stopped to ask for help.

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