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Three Arrested After Scott, Fayette Robberies

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Updated: 11/13/2013 10:10 pm
Police in Georgetown accuse three people of involvement in robberies in Scott and Fayette counties.

Police accuse Chase Wilson in eight robberies: two Tuesday night in Georgetown, five more over the last three weeks, and one in Lexington.

Investigators say he robbed a Shell station and a Marathon station last night, within minutes. Police arrested him near Cherry Blossom Way, and say they found two women -- Madison Bingham and Deanna Jones -- in a getaway car.

The two women are accused of complicity.
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