COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – A man wanted for multiple crimes in different counties appeared in recorder's court Tuesday morning.
Cornell Robinson is facing charges including sexual battery and false imprisonment.
According to Columbus police, a woman reported Robinson grabbed her and pinned her on the bed. He allegedly began sexually assaulting her and she begged for him to stop, and told police he eventually left.
Robinson pleaded not guilty to the charges and was given a bond of $12,500. The case was sent to Superior Court.
News Leader 9 has obtained the entire dashboard camera video from the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
Robinson was brought back to court at 9 a.m. to face a slew of traffic charges related to a high speed chase that began in Harris County on Thursday, Oct. 29. Robinson was driving a gold colored 2003 Chevy Trailblazer.
A Columbus police officer testified the car left the roadway while traveling southbound on 2nd Avenue near Manchester Expressway.
The car crossed over in the northbound lanes and hit a pedestrian crossing sign. He continued traveling southeast and struck a vehicle that was stopped at the intersection. The driver of that car was seriously injured and taken to Midtown Medical Center.
Robinson ran from the scene but was arrested a short time later by Columbus police and Harris County deputies. He was then taken to the hospital and once he was cleared, he was taken to the Muscogee County Jail.
Police say he was traveling at 100 miles per hour and was given $3,000 in court fines.
Robinson is scheduled to appear in court again for outstanding warrants on Nov. 4 at 8 a.m. He will face charges charges of falsifying documents and theft by receiving. He will also be back in court on Nov. 6 at 9 a.m. for a simple battery charge.