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East Spencer woman charged with aiding, abetting in armed robbery

EAST SPENCER — An East Spencer woman was charged with aiding and abetting armed robbery Saturday.
Tanesha Lashonda Turner, of Weant Street, was arrested after authorities said she was present during a recent armed robbery, according to warrants.
In the documents, officers said Turner was with another woman when Jazmine Gaskin of Laurel Point Circle was robbed at gunpoint.
A “burgundy sack with contents from a purse” was taken during the struggle, according to warrants. Authorities said a black handgun was used in the dispute.
The contents were valued at $10.
Turner was charged about 9 a.m. She was later released after posting a $5,000 bond.

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