Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Bank Robbery, Ring Theft

Sherry Jones pleaded not guilty to robbing Union Pacific Federal Credit Union and stealing the wedding ring from a woman who was suffering a seizure.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A woman accused of robbing a bank and stealing the wedding ring off a woman's finger while she suffered a seizure pleaded not guilty.

Sherry Jones, 51, is charged with robbery and felony theft of property.

Jones entered the not guilty plea Tuesday in a North Little Rock district court, then returned to Pulaski County Jail, where she remains on $50,000 bond.

Officers with North Little Rock Police Department (NLRPD) responded to the robbery call at Union Pacific Federal Credit Union on Tuesday, Sept. 3, where a woman demanded money from the teller, but did not indicate that she had a weapon. She left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Jones was charged with felony theft on a warrant stemming from an August incident at city services where police say she stole a wedding ring off the finger of Tonya Gibbs after she collapsed and had a seizure.
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