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UPDATE: Second suspect arrested in store shoplifting incident in South Charleston, WV

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UPDATE:

A second suspect has been arrested in relation to a robbery that occurred at Marshall's in South Charleston, WV in November.

According to a criminal complaint issued by the Kanawha County Magistrate Court, Anique Gean- Dashae Williamson, 25, was arrested Saturday, Dec. 7, for the charges of robbery and accessory before and after the fact, in relation to the robbery that occurred at Marshall's in on Nov. 24.

The complaint says that Williamson was with Shadonna Collins, who was arrested on Nov. 30 in this robbery, before and after the robbery that involved a store manager being assaulted.

The complaint also says Williamson drove Collins in her own vehicle to the scene of the crime, assisted Collins in placing items in a shopping cart to steal them, and assisted her in fleeing the scene, driving away in her vehicle.

Williamson is being held in the South Central Regional Jail on a $50,000 bond.

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UPDATE:

According to the South Charleston Police Department, Shadonna Collins, 25, was arrested Saturday morning and is being charged with robbery.

Police say Collins is believed to be involved in a robbery that occurred at Marshalls in South Charleston.

According to police, they received an anonymous tip saying that Collins was involved in the robbery, which involved a store manager being assaulted.

Police say the store manager who was assaulted picked Collins out of a mugshot lineup.

Collins is being held in the South Central Regional Jail on a $20,000 bond.

Additional charges may be pending.

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ORIGINAL:

A store manager at Marshalls in South Charleston, WV was attacked when she attempted to stop three women believed to be shoplifters. 

According to the South Charleston Police Dept., three women were attempting to the leave the store with a cart full of items.  The store manager stopped the women at the door and asked for a receipt.  According to police, one of the women hit the manager in the face and neck knocking her to the ground.  The manager held on to the shopping cart and pulled it down on top of her.

One of the women attempted to pull the cart away from the manager and when she wouldn't let go of the cart kicked her in the face, according to a press release from the SCPD.  Once the manager let go of the cart the three women left the store with the merchandise.

A press release states that when officers arrived the manager had a cut on her neck.

The women managed to get away with the cart full of items and left the scene in a black GMC Envoy, witnesses told South Charleston police.