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Rochelle woman back in jail after being released

January 18, 2007

Rochelle - - Police say a woman recently released from jail went on a crime spree just three days later.

36 year old Ethel Miller Davis was in jail on drug charges. After she was released, police say she went to a relative's home demanding car keys and when she didn't get them, she threatened a 3 year old child by holding a knife to his head and saying she wasn't scared to go back to jail.

Police say Davis then stole cash and left. They found Davis four hours later after she wrecked the victim's car.

She is charged with aggravated assault, armed robbery and theft of a motor vehicle.

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