PANAMA CITY, FL. — The two Charleston women police have been looking in connection with the Aug.14 armed robbery and shooting at the Kanawha City Foodland were taken into custody Tuesday night in Florida.
Charleston police said Alisyn Proctor and Telisa McCauley were arrested by U.S. Marshals in Panama City. They are being held in the Bay County Jail.
Police believe they were in the getaway car that took John Proctor III and others from the Foodland after Proctor and a 17-year-old boy held up the store. Proctor is also charged with shooting a clerk. A criminal complaint said Alisyn Proctor, John Proctor’s sister, and McCauley were promised $3,000 for their part in the crime.
Investigators have also charged Ricky Patterson, 18, of Charleston, who allegedly cased the store before the robbery and another juvenile in connection with the robbery.
Charleston Chief of Detectives Lt. Steve Cooper is expected to release more information about Tuesday night’s arrests sometime Wednesday.