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Robbery suspects indicted

A teenage girl, caught on camera beating a store clerk, is indicted for robbing a Terrell County package store, along with three of her friends.

A grand jury indicted 18 year-old Savanah Webb for robbery and battery.

They also indicted 21 year-old Chelsea Whitehead, 21 year-old Brianna Rogers and 19 year-old Kenneth Quattlebaum for robbery.

Authorities say Webb beat the clerk at ABC Package Store last month, after trying to steal lottery tickets.

Quattlebaum is still wanted. The other three remain behind bars.


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