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Sarasota News Leader August 30, 2013 Page 70 SUSPECT IN 7-ELEVEN ROBBERY ARRESTED BY SHERIFF'S OFFICE The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Bradenton woman in connection with the armed robbery at a 7-Eleven on Clark Road on Aug. 18, the office has announced. The store clerk reported that a woman wearing a blonde wig and a black hooded sweatshirt entered the store about 4:40 a.m., told the clerk she had a gun and demanded money from both registers along with three cartons of cigarettes, a news release says. During the investigation, the clerk was contacted by her former sister-in-law, Constance Carol Newbeck, who apologized for robbing the clerk and admitting she used "a real gun," the release adds. Newbeck, 42, of 2121 56th Avenue Terrace East, Bradenton, was taken into custody with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force and charged with Robbery with a Firearm. The judge ordered her held without bond, the release notes. Constance Newbeck/Contributed photo SARASOTA TRIO ARRESTED ON MULTIPLE CHARGES The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrested three known offenders as they drove around Venice on the night of Aug. 21, "doing drugs and trying to sell stolen goods," according to a news release. the release says. "Deputies contacted the driver, prolific offender Marianne Dolleman," of 360 Foxglove Road, "who said Steven Scott and Kayla Masek, both of 281 Mount Vernon Drive, paid her to drive them around so Scott could try to sell the stolen items," the release Shortly after patrol deputies responded to continues. calls about two residential burglaries on Bahama Road — where fishing rods and reels During a search of the vehicle deputies also worth $1,400 were reported stolen — mem- found two drug pipes, a syringe that tested bers of the Tactical Unit spotted a vehicle with positive for opiates and a bag of Ryobi tools, several fishing rods extending out the window, which were later determined to have been

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