Woman Who Allegedly Drove Bank Robber Home Arrested

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Police said Friday they have charged two people in connection with a bank robbery earlier this month, where the robber left his address behind. 

The FBI said that on Jan. 20, Jody E. Robinson robbed the Key Bank, located at 88 E. Broad St., and left behind several papers in the process, including his address, 10TV News reported.

Witnesses observed Robinson, 48, fleeing the bank in a black Jeep Cherokee being driven by another person, police said.

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The FBI on Friday said the driver of the getaway car, Tammy R. Nash, 36, has also been arrested.

Witnesses reported red smoke coming from the vehicle, apparently from the dye pack included with the money.

Shortly after the robbery, police and FBI agents responded to a home on Brehl Avenue. 

Police went to the Hilltop-area home and spoke with people, who said Robinson had left the home a short time earlier.  He was later tracked down at a motel, where he was taken into custody, 10TV News reported.

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