2 women charged with September Montgomery robbery

2 women charged with September Montgomery robbery
Gabrielle Blevins, 25, and Davida Hall, 22, are charged with first-degree theft of Property and first-degree robbery. (Source: Montgomery County Detention Center)

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Two women are facing charges for a robbery and theft that happened in Montgomery during September.

According to Capt. Saba Coleman, Gabrielle Blevins, 25, and Davida Hall, 22, are charged with first-degree theft of property and first-degree robbery.

The incident took place on Sept. 16 at Eastdale Mall. Court records say Blevins took merchandise from JCPenney. While the two were trying to leave the scene, Hall allegedly used her vehicle to strike the asset manager’s vehicle.

According to Central Alabama CrimeStoppers, the women, who are from Selma, turned themselves into police.

“Investigators advised that the two suspects turned themselves over to Montgomery Police Detectives after being tired of being seen on CrimeStoppers' social media outlet,” CrimeStoppers.

Blevins and Hall were taken into custody on Oct. 15 and placed in the Montgomery County Detention Facility.

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