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3 arrested for robbery of convenience store

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Samantha McMiliian (Source: LMDC) Samantha McMiliian (Source: LMDC)
Lucy Elliott (Source: LMDC) Lucy Elliott (Source: LMDC)
 LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Three people were arrested in connection to an armed robbery at a Louisville store.

Christopher Williams, 31, Samantha McMillan, 35, and Lucy Elliott, 33, were involved in the robbery of Sam’s Kwik Mart on Cane Run Road. According to an arrest report, the three planned the robbery and went through with that plan on July 7. 


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They entered the store showing a gun and demanded cash before fleeing the scene.

All three provided detectives with a taped statement admitting their involvement. 

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