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A Business Owner in Dothan Killed Himself After Sending Sexually Explicit, Threatening Letters Anonymously, the DA Says


DOTHAN, Alabama — The Houston County District Attorney’s Office stated that a businessman from Dothan killed himself last month when he realized he was going to be arrested on charges that he sent a woman sexually explicit letters.

County of Houston Russ Goodman told WDHN that Sam Robinson, owner of Dixie Fence Company, killed himself with a gun on May 22 at his shop.

Goodman says that just before Robinson died, DPD got 14 arrest warrants for him on charges of harassing communications after he allegedly started writing “vulgar” letters to a woman in October 2023. Her name has not been made public.

Goodman claims that the letters, which were signed “The Red Right Hand” and had fake return addresses, said that Robinson was watching the victim from a distance and made several sexually explicit comments. However, the letters never threatened to hurt the victim. Fourteen letters were sent to the subject in all.

“Each letter stands for a charge,” Goodman said.

The Dothan Police Department started an investigation after the victim made a report.

Goodman says that Robinson was named as a suspect after a neighbor’s doorbell camera caught his truck driving through the area.

The District Attorney says his office knew about the case and told agents to charge Robinson with a misdemeanor.

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