Police arrest woman who allegedly hit Circle K employee with brick, robbed store
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - The woman who reportedly hit a Circle K employee with a brick before robbing the store with another woman in August was arrested Tuesday.
Phoenix police said that on Aug. 4, around 2 a.m., Misses Evans and 24-year-old Alize Endonejha Jenkins went into a Circle K convenience store near 32nd Street and Broadway Road and approached a clerk. Evans then hit the clerk in the face with a brick, knocking him to the ground. She then grabbed him by the back of the head and started hitting him in the face until he told her the PIN code to open the cash register, investigators said.
Police say Evans and Jenkins took money from the register, as well as alcohol and cigarettes. The women ran away, heading down Broadway Road. Phoenix police arrested Jenkins for her involvement on Aug. 27. Until Tuesday morning, a search had been underway to find Evans. Silent Witness was previously offering $6,000 to find Evans. Officers say Evans had left Arizona, but didn’t say where she was found.
Evans and Jenkins have been arrested and face various charges. Investigators say no more details are available yet.
Watch the edited video Phoenix Police posted of the robbery at the link below:
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