Lenzee M. Cox, a second suspect in an Oct. 19 armed robbery of Goodwill in Somerset, has been arrested by Somerset police.
Cox, 33, had been on the run since shortly after the robbery when she and Albert Swihart, 49, fled from officers when confronted by a sheriff's deputy. Swihart initially ran from officers on foot, but shot and killed himself in the driveway of a nearby residence.
Over the past three weeks, officers have searched a number of locations based on tips from the public. That run ended Thursday morning when Detective Larry Patterson located Cox hiding in a trailer in Bronston.
Cox was charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, and unlawful imprisonment.
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Police also charged Gregory A. Coots, 21, with second-degree hindering apprehension. Police say Coots aided Cox by helping her hide from officers at his trailer.
Both were lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center.