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Arrest in the Grant County Armed Robbery and Car Jacking

Date of News Release: 10/24/2012

(Dry Ridge, KY) The Kentucky State Police in Dry Ridge have made an arrest for the armed robbery in Grant County earlier today. Dispatch received a call about a suspicious person at Cordova Road (Ky 36) and US 25 in southern Grant County. A Grant County Sheriff's deputy located the subject in the 1500 block of Cordova Road. The subject is David Hager (25) of Bourbon County. Hager has been charged with Kidnapping, Robbery 1st Degree and Theft by Unlawful Taking of an Automobile. He is being lodged in the Grant County Detention Center. The incident remains under investigation.

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Grant County Armed Robbery and Car Jacking

Date of News Release: 10/24/2012

(Williamstown, KY) The Dry Ridge Post of the Kentucky State Police received a call of a armed robbery and a car jacking. The Grant County Drug Store on Barnes Road in Grant County called 911 and advised that they had been robbed. They advised that a male subject wearing two bandanas and a black hoddie brandished a hand gun and demanded pills. The subject was given the pills and left the store. He got into a tan Oldsmobile Bravada and went west on Barnes Road towards the interstate. The Oldsmobile was located in the two thousand block of Barnes Road a short time later with no one around it. The car jacking that took place before just the robbery. A male subject got into the 2000 Tan Bravada and made the female driving it drive him around for about ten minutes. He then had her exit the vehicle on Industrial Road and proceeded to the drug store. The 911 calls were received at 12:32 p.m.. The incident remains under investigation by Detective Scott Lengle. Anyone with any information please call Kentucky State Police at 859-428-1212.

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