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UPDATE: 2 more charged in robbery investigation

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Terry Wayne Patterson, Jr. Terry Wayne Patterson, Jr.
Barbara McClung Barbara McClung
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UPDATE:

Two more people are arrested in a robbery investigation in Hines, Greenbrier County. Police said they took money and pain pills from a 59-year-old man in his own home last month.

Terry Patterson Jr. of Rainelle was charged earlier this week for allegedly beating the victim and stealing his cash and oxycotin pills.

Now, 27-year-old Barbara McClung (pictured at left) and 27-year-old Jessica Jones (pictured at left), both from Rainelle, are arrested for their alleged involvement in the crime.

Police said Jones drove Patterson to the victim's house, and distracted others in the house so Patterson could get to the victim.

They added that McClung knew about the plans to commit the alleged crime.

Jones is in Southern Regional Jail on a $25,000 cash-only bond.

McClung's bond is set at $10,000.

 

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HINES, W. Va (WVVA)-- The man arrested on an armed robbery charge in Lewisburg on Monday was charged with another crime Tuesday.

According to a police report, Terry Patterson, Jr. of Rainelle is responsible for another alleged robbery in Hines, Greenbrier County that occurred on February 7, 2013.

The documents said Patterson and another man allegedly assaulted a 59-year-old man in his own home.

The victim told police the men kicked him and took $163 and approximately 180 oxycotine pills before leaving. 

Bail for Patterson's new robbery charge is set for $20,000. 

To see WVVA's previous report on Patterson's first charge of armed robbery, click here.

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