Longview police early Friday arrested two women who admitted to setting up a robbery of $300 in cash, a cellphone and hotel room keys from a man who was with them, according to a report.
Jasmon Ashley Bisor and Nehalia Lynn Ingram, both 18 and of Longview, were being held Friday each on $100,000 bonds in Gregg County Jail on one charge apiece of aggravated robbery, jail records show.
Longview police arrested Bisor and Ingram at 1:30 a.m. Friday in the 1200 block of McCann Road after responding to a call about a man armed with a pistol, the report said.
Bisor and Ingram told police they ran away from the man after he tried to rob them at gunpoint while they were in a car.
However, upon further investigation, police determined Bisor and Ingram had been with the man for most of the day and had coordinated with two others at the location, the report said.
Bisor and Ingram then told police two men came to the vehicle and robbed at gunpoint a man who was sitting in the back seat, according to the report.
From Staff Reports