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Woman charged in bank robbery

Posted 1/20/20

A woman suspected in a bank robbery two years ago in Winston-Salem has been arrested in Nash County, according to authorities.

Ashley Nicole Langley, 34, of Elm City, is charged with common law …

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Woman charged in bank robbery

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A woman suspected in a bank robbery two years ago in Winston-Salem has been arrested in Nash County, according to authorities.

Ashley Nicole Langley, 34, of Elm City, is charged with common law robbery.

Langley is being held in the Nash County Detention Center on a $3,500 bond. She has a court date set in Forsyth County for Jan. 30. She also faces charges in Nash County of possession of heroin and driving with a revoked license, according the N.C. Criminal Court Calendar.

The robbery occurred at Wells Fargo Bank on Coliseum Drive on Jan. 29, 2018, when a woman entered the bank and used a note to demand money. She was given cash and left, according to a press release from the Winston-Salem Police Department.

Langley has been previously convicted of drug possession, larceny of firearms and common law forgery, according to the N.C. Public Safety Department.

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