WEST POINT, Miss. (WTVA) - A Columbus woman has been cleared of her alleged role in the armed robbery of a West Point bank three years ago.
District Attorney Scott Colom confirms Chauncey Williams, 32, was cleared for the July 2015 armed robbery of the Renasant Bank.
She was accused of helping Titus Lamb rob the bank, reports the Daily Times Leader.
Lamb was later sentenced for the crime.
Colom confirms the state couldn’t prove the case against Williams.
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