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Two arrested for aggravated robbery of good Samaritan

Charles Thomas Harris (Source: Hamilton Police Department) Charles Thomas Harris (Source: Hamilton Police Department)
Ronald Jerald Williams III (Source: Hamilton Police Department) Ronald Jerald Williams III (Source: Hamilton Police Department)
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

Hamilton Police have arrested two men in connection with an aggravated robbery of a good Samaritan early Wednesday morning.

Police say the victim was driving her vehicle on S.R. 128, in front of Stricker's Grove, when she was flagged down by the suspects. The victim offered assistance to the suspects because their vehicle was broken down.

Once the suspects got into the back seat of her vehicle, a gun was put to the back of the victim's head and she was forced to drive to an ATM in the 1700 block of Erie Blvd. The suspects made the victim withdraw money and made her drop them off at Schuler and Lincoln Avenues in Hamilton.

The suspects took the victim's purse with additional cash and fled on foot.

Hamilton Police arrested Charles Thomas Harris, 18, and Ronald Jerald Williams III, 22, with the incident. They have both been charged with aggravated robbery and kidnapping. They are both scheduled to appear in Hamilton Municipal Court Thursday.

Anyone with information on this incident is advised to call the Hamilton Police Department Investigative Section at (513) 868-5811, extension 2002.

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