Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Bank Robbery, Ring Theft

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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