Illinois Man Convicted in Tragic Fentanyl Homicide of Former Girlfriend


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MORRIS, IL – In a significant breakthrough for the Grundy County community, Scott Robbins, a 28-year-old local from Morris, pled guilty to the drug-induced homicide of Keegan Kenney, 25, on September 28th, 2023. 

Robbins was handed a seven-year prison sentence this week by Grundy County Judge Scott Belt after admitting to the Class X felony. Back in March 2020, Robbins, aware of Kenney’s recent return from a rehab stint for heroin addiction, delivered bags of lethal fentanyl to her residence. Kenney, his former girlfriend, tragically lost her life the following day.

Grundy County Sheriff Ken Briley expressed his gratitude towards the Grundy County States Attorney’s office, Attorney General Kwame Raoul, the Attorney Generals office, and Grundy County Detectives for their relentless efforts leading to Robbins’ successful prosecution. 


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