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July 31, 2013

Investigator: Women offered sex, robbed man who refused

MOULTRIE — The Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a second suspect in an armed robbery in which the agency said two women who offered sex for money robbed a man after he declined.

The second suspect was identified as Brandy Alisha Barnes. Barnes, 26, also uses the name Brandy Alisha Howard.

She is about 5-foot-8-inches and weighs about 180 pounds. She has prominent tattoos on her neck.

“He was robbed in the process of them offering prostitution services. He declined the services,” sheriff’s Inv. Jim Brown said. “A weapon was used during the crime.”

Brown said the agency is not identifying the type of weapon used at this time.

Jessica Rosa Conner, 26, 352 Rossman Dairy Road, was charged July 19 with armed robbery and theft by taking. In addition to the armed robbery, Brown said, she is accused of stealing the wallet of another man who also turned down an offer of sex for money from two women.

Anyone with information can contact the sheriff’s office at (229) 616-7430.

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