(**News Bulletin) -- Robbins receives 25 years in prison shooting death of his wife in Nov. 2016...
The Jamestown man convicted of shooting and killing his estranged wife during a domestic incident just over a year ago will spend the next 25 years in state prison.  Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson says 37 year-old Keith Robbins received the sentence in county court this morning for first-degree manslaughter in the death of his 36 year-old wife, Sheri.  Swanson says he's pleased with the sentence handed down by County Court Judge David Foley, because is spares the Robbins' children from having to testify in a trial....

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