Elmsford man sentenced for fatal DUI in White Plains

Glen Robinson admitted in January to driving while intoxicated and killing 57-year-old Bronx resident Susan Benjamin-Bailey.

News 12 Staff

Sep 23, 2020, 6:59 PM

Updated 1,398 days ago

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An Elmsford man will spend two to six years behind bars for hitting and killing a woman with his car in front of the Westchester County Center last year. 
Glen Robinson, 26, admitted in January to driving while intoxicated and killing 57-year-old Bronx resident Susan Benjamin-Bailey on Aug. 24, 2019, around 6:30 a.m.
Benjamin-Bailey was walking to work when Robinson drove his car into her, then crashed into the clock tower outside the Westchester County Center.
She was taken to White Plains Hospital where she died.
There was not a dry eye in the White Plains courthouse Wednesday as friends, and family of the victim took the podium expressing their anger and grief.
Benjamin-Bailey’s oldest daughter Kemisha Kelly was one of those who spoke out passionately. "I feel like I'm about to explode when I think of her not being with us anymore. I get numb every single day. I scream out her name every time I'm crying for her."
Robinson apologized for his actions and asked the family for forgiveness. He has also lost his driver's license for life as part of the sentence.


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