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article imageWoman picks up children on way home from robbing bank

By Lynn Curwin     Sep 21, 2010 in Crime
Grants Pass - Getting more than a single errand done in one trip, a woman in the US robbed a bank and then stopped on the way home to pick up her children at their elementary school.
The Grants Pass Daily Courier reported a woman walked into an Umpqua Bank branch around 2:15 p.m.on September 20 and handed the teller a note demanding cash. No weapon was shown during the robbery in the Oregon town.
The woman left in a car driven by a man, but a citizen provided police with a plate number which led them to 37-year-old Erica F. Anderson. She was arrested at her home and two children were taken into protective custody.
Nineteen-year-old Joshua K. Deeter Tseu, who is suspected of being the driver, was arrested at his home about an hour and a half after robbery.
Both suspects were charged with second degree robbery and first degree theft.
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