Denver police looking for woman suspected of robbery, kidnapping

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Denver Police are asking for help finding a 20-year-old woman who is wanted on for robbery and kidnapping charges. Isabelle DelCastillo is the suspect in a robbery that happened at 4856 N. Chambers Rd. on June 22 just before 11 a.m. Police did not release any details about the incident. 

3 accused in Fairfield robbery, burglary

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A chance encounter Saturday in Fairfield Township helped state police identify three suspects who they believe robbed a man of $1,900 as he slept on his couch, according to court papers.

Marshfield police arrest Boston man in attempted armed robbery

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Marshfield police arrested a Boston man who they say attempted to rob a store at gunpoint on Friday night. Officers responding to a man attempting to steal from a store after 6 p.m. were told by the business owner that the suspect pointed a firearm with a laser pointer at him, police said.

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Utah Couple Was Killed While Kids Slept, Allegedly by Suspect Who ‘Believed They Had Money’

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Albert Johnson, 31, has been charged with aggravated murder and aggravated robbery in connection with the homicide deaths of Katherine and Tony Butterfield on April 18. Charging documents state Johnson allegedly admitted to robbing the couple and killing them because he needed money.

Police: Suspect in Chandler Assault Now Facing Murder Charge

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 A suspect accused of assaulting and robbing an elderly man in Chandler now is jailed on suspicion of first-degree murder after the victim died, police said Tuesday.

They said 21-year-old Jordan Antonio Sullivan has been booked into a Phoenix jail and also is facing charges of robbery, aggravated assault, theft of means of transportation, and unlawful flight from law enforcement.

They Met On A Dating App, Then He Robbed A Bank

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And you thought your worst first date story was bad.

A Massachusetts woman became an unexpected getaway driver after a man she met on a dating app robbed a bank on their first date.

Christopher Castillo, the unnamed woman’s would-be Robin Hood, plead guilty this week to armed robbery and three counts of assault and battery on a police officer — all committed on their first date on December 5, 2016 — according to the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office.