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Police arrest two additional people in connection with liquor store robbery

Friday, December 16, 2011 | 2:41 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Two women were arrested Friday in connection with the robbery of Rangeline Liquor at 907 Rain Forest Parkway on Nov. 24, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.

Bristle V. Haynes, 20, and Unrica Parrow, 18, both of Columbia, were arrested on charges of robbery in the first degree. Bonds have not yet been set.

Police had previously arrested Jessica Harris, 23, also of Columbia, in connection with the same robbery.

When police interviewed Harris after her arrest, she implicated Haynes and Parrow in the robbery of Rangeline Liquor. During their interviews, both women admitted to involvement in the robbery.

According to the press release, Harris told investigators that Haynes and Parrow rode in the van that was seen in surveillance videos from the crime scene. The two women also acted as lookouts and made sure the store clerks were unable to recognize Harris while she committed the robbery.

Harris is being held at Boone County Jail on suspicion of 11 counts of first-degree robbery and two counts of second-degree robbery, according to a previous press release from the police. Her bond is set at $225,000.


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