Tyrone Robinson
Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

4th suspect arrested in Airbnb armed robbery in SW Atlanta

Police have arrested a fourth suspect accused of an armed robbery at an Airbnb in southwest Atlanta last month, authorities confirmed.

Tyrone Robinson, 20, joins co-defendants Maxx Pritchett, 23, and two Life University lacrosse players in the Fulton County Jail, records show. The four are accused of robbing seven people at gunpoint Nov. 8 at an Airbnb on Wylie Street, AJC.com previously reported.

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Lyndsey Kallish (from left), Maxx Pritchett, Lauren Rielly
Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Robinson was arrested about 7 a.m. Friday in the 2300 block of Campbellton Road, Atlanta police said in a news release. The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office previously said warrants had been taken out for his arrest.

The two men are accused of wearing masks, pistol-whipping two people and stealing phones, wallets and Nike shoes from seven people in the house. One victim suffered a fractured skull during the attack.

The two lacrosse players, Lyndsey Kallish, 19, and Lauren Rielly, 20, are accused of driving them to and from the scene.

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Lyndsey Kallish (left) and Lauren Rielly were denied bond.
Photo: Channel 2 Action News

Robinson and Pritchett face 20 charges, while Kallish and Rielly face 18. They all remain in jail without bond.

During the women’s first bond hearing, prosecutors and their defense attorneys mentioned rapper Yung Bans in connection with this case. 

The 20-year-old entertainer, whose legal name is Vas Coleman, pleaded guilty to a first-degree burglary charge that same day in an unrelated murder case from 2015. Pritchett was also a suspect in that case and took a similar plea deal, receiving probation for a burglary conviction.

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Vas Coleman
Photo: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

The two women allegedly agreed to be paid by one of the three men to drive Pritchett and Robinson to the scene. Rielly is accused of sending one of the men a text message asking to be paid after the crime. After not receiving a response for two hours, she allegedly followed up with a question mark.

After the incident, Rielly is accused of sending a text message to Kallish that said, “Why was it so sexy that the boys were like beating people up?” She added that she wanted to have sex with one of the robbers, prosecutors said.

After announcing Robinson’s arrest, police said “at this time, there are no additional suspects wanted in this case and the investigation continues.”

AJC.com has reached out to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office to request Robinson’s mug shot.

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