Former College of Alameda Counselor Shirley J. Robinson, who was convicted of 10 felony counts March 1 in a real estate fraud and identity theft scheme involving a long-time friend and colleague, will be sentenced Monday, March 29 in Alameda County Superior Court.
Robinson was immediately taken into custody after the conviction for the 2005 scheme was designed to take legal title away from Robinson's friend of 50 years, Alze Roberts, according to the Alameda County District Attorney's (DA) Office,
|"Robinson created a forged power of attorney in an attempt to sell the property without victim Robert's knowledge."|
Alameda County DA
Robinson, who was allowed to retire, according to a COA spokesperson, will be sentenced at the Alameda County Superior Court on Fallon Street in Oakland.