Terrell Robinson, the Miami fugitive wanted for shooting his baby's mother 13 times, is in custody after 2 days on the run.
Robinson, 31, was captured by the U.S. Marshals Service after Miami detectives received a tip that the father-of-4 was seen boarding a bus bound for Oklahoma.
U.S. Marshals took Robinson into custody on Thursday when his bus arrived at its destination in Oklahoma City.
He will be extradited to Miami to face attempted murder charges.
Robinson shot Shaqueenia Hanna 13 times as she begged for her life after arriving home in the 400 block of Northwest 73rd Terrace on Tuesday.
Hanna, 35, is listed in critical condition in intensive care at Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center.
On Monday, the mother-of-6 took to her Facebook page to speak directly to Robinson after he sent her a text warning her that he would kill her.
“ONCE I LEAVE A NIGGA HE ONLY MOTIVATE ME TO [sh*t] ON HIM 4 WASTING MY TIME,” she wrote on Monday, Sept. 5.
On Tuesday, Robinson tried to make good on his promise to take her life.
4 of Hanna's six children watched him shoot their mother. One of the children called police.
“I seen him shoot. That my mama. I wanted to run outside. I was just crawling to her and crying,” said her daughter Ronnisha.
"He committed a crime in front of her children, and something needs to be done about it," family friend Tamika Wallace told Local10 News. "It tears me up because it is something they will carry for the rest of their lives.
Robinson is the father of Hanna's youngest child, who is only 5.
A judge placed 3 of Robinson's children in the custody of their mother, Kenetria Gilmore.
A 4th child was placed with family members.
Gilmore’s children who lived with Robinson are 8, 9 and 10-years-old. She said she didn’t want to see the children go into foster care.
She is already caring for 6-year-old twins and a 7-year-old child at home.
“These are the kids that I had with the dad and he is not here but I thank God that I am able to do this,” Gilmore said. “I realize this is a lot of responsibility and a lot of kids to care for but I am going to do this.”
Judge Ariana Fajardo Orshan told Gilmore, “I am going to place the Robinson children with you on a temporary basis.”
The judge cautioned her not to have any contact with Robinson and to call police if he shows up at her home.
“Let me stress that you need to make good choices,” said the judge.