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Hudson murderer on parole back in jail after breaking curfew

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Johnny Robinson (Source: Angelina County Jail) Johnny Robinson (Source: Angelina County Jail)
ANGELINA COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A Hudson man convicted of murder in Harris County is back in jail on a parole warrant after he broke his curfew, according to a Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman.

Johnny Davis Robinson Jr., 38, was booked on the warrant on Friday. DPS spokesman Trooper David Hendry said he was arrested without incident at his Hudson home.

According to TDCJ spokesman Jason Clark, Robinson was sentenced in Harris County to 30 years in prison on a murder charge on April 18, 1995. He was sentenced on March 5, 2003, to seven years in prison on an aggravated assault charge.

Other records show Robinson was released on Nov. 21, 2011. He is on parole until May 7, 2024.

Clark said Robinson is on super intensive supervision and did not return home when he was supposed to. That is when a warrant was issued.

Robinson will remain in the jail until  the parole board reviews his case and determines whether to move forward with a parole revocation hearing, to alter his supervision or to release him.

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