At first, Rayford reportedly told detectives that she had been in possession of the car all day. When police told her the car was used after the robbery, she said she had lent the car to Reed for about an hour, and that he gave her the $300.
According to the affidavit, Rayford had worked at the branch and was fired several years ago after being suspected of involvement in a robbery that occurred while she worked there.
Ricard was found hiding in a Mansfield, Ohio, home by local authorities after they were alerted by Anderson police. Ricard has been transported back to Madison County.
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Trial specifics Defendent: Gerald L. Reed Charges: Three charges of dealing cocaine When: Trial begins 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 Where: Madison Circuit Court 4, Judge David Happe