Robbery suspects pass through Lewis County, toss phone

Local officials searched an area along the AA Highway where bank robbery suspects allegedly threw out a cellular telephone. - Photo by Dennis Brown

Local officials searched an area along the AA Highway where bank robbery suspects allegedly tossed a cellular telephone from an auto.
– Photo by Dennis Brown

A trio of suspects wanted in connection with an Ohio bank robbery reportedly traveled through Lewis County and tossed a cell phone last week on their way to Olive Hill in Carter County.
The robbery happened Tuesday afternoon at the Atomic Credit Union branch in Beaver, Ohio, about 60 miles from Vanceburg.
Ronald Anderson Jr., 44, of Chillicothe, Ohio, Oneida Henderson, 41, of Piketon, Ohio, and Kimberly Anderson, 47, of Olive Hill, are being held on fugitive from justice warrants in the Carter County Detention Center.
They were arrested at Olive Hill and reportedly told investigators they had tossed a cell phone out of their auto along the AA Highway at Vanceburg.

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