Accused Female Bank Robber Indicted

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 9/18/2012 7:47 pm
Investigators said Tuesday that Crystal Little was indicted by a Fayette County Grand jury on robbery charges.

Lexington Police said Little is accused of robbing several banks in the city over the past two years.

Investigators said they finally caught Little in July at her home, shortly after she reportedly robbed a PNC Bank in the Tates Creek Shopping Centre.

Police said she is accused of robbing three other banks.

According to a spokesperson for the University of Kentucky, Little was working as an administrative support associate in the Office of Research Integrity at the time of her arrest.
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