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Woman Accused In Lexington Bank Robberies Plead Not Guilty

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/30/2012 8:38 pm
The UK employee charged in connection to four Lexington bank robberies plead not guilty in court Monday afternoon.

Police say 29-year-old Crystal Little was arrested Saturday following the robbery of a PNC bank branch at Tates Creek Centre.

She's been charged with 3 other robberies dating back to 2010.

Little is being held on $30,000 and is expected back in court next Wednesday.

ABC 36 confirms Little is an Administrative Assistant at UK.
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