The Warren County Sheriff’s Office has charged two additional people in connection with a June armed robbery.
Deputies this week charged Kirstin Carroll, 18, of Strasburg, and Jonathan Robinson, 20, of Front Royal, as a result of an investigation into a June 28 robbery on Quiet Hollow Way in Warren County, according to a news release from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
Carroll was charged with one count of being a principal in the second degree to commit robbery and one count of possession of stolen property.
She is being held without bond at the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail.
Robinson was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery. He was released on bond, the statement said.
Other individuals arrested last week were:
• Noah Simpson, 18, of Front Royal, on charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, and abduction by force.
• Daytwan Green, 19, of Winchester, on charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, and abduction by force.
• A 17-year-old boy from Front Royal was charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, abduction by force, and possession of a stolen firearm after being adjudicated a delinquent.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office declined to discuss the allegations.
A criminal complaint filed in Warren County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court against Carroll details the allegations.
The incident is reported to have occurred on June 6 on Quiet Hollow Way when a juvenile boy was contacted by an acquaintance who asked to buy marijuana and borrow money, according to the complaint
The acquaintance arrived at the meeting with other individuals in the car.
One individual in the rear seat got out of the vehicle and told the young man to get in. He was struck with a pistol in the head, according to the complaint. Another person told him to give them his money and went through his pockets. They stole a cellphone, $20 and other items from the young male, according to the complaint.
Carroll would be identified as being in the car during the robbery. She would later be identified in video surveillance selling the stolen cellphone soon after the robbery, the complaint alleges.
Green was charged the week before his arrest with a misdemeanor – making a false statement to law enforcement – stemming from allegations that Green told an officer had had not seen Robinson in a month, according to court records.
Law enforcement at the time of Simpson’s arrest found him with Sherman Laquintis Chambers, 22, of Ashburn. They arrested Chambers on charges of possession of a stolen firearm and unlawful carrying of a concealed weapon, according to a news release last week from Strasburg police.
Strasburg police said they could not comment on whether Chambers or the weapon found on him was a part of the robbery, citing the ongoing nature of the investigation.