A 19-year-old woman facing an armed robbery charge was granted a $20,000 bond on Tuesday and made it the same day, records state.
Ashlee Perron is accused along with Brandon Moon, 22, and Jeffrey Massey, 21, of robbing a 32-year-old man on Oct. 11 at Johnston Mill Lofts. Arrested that night, she remained in the Muscogee County Jail under no bond until Tuesday, when a judge granted her bond.
Perron made her bond that day, jail records state.
Massey remains in jail on a probation violation. Moon has no bond, officials said.
According to court testimony, Perron knew the 32-year-old man after he helped her and a friend move some heavy furniture into an apartment. She had exchanged cell phone numbers with him and previously had asked him for gas money.
The night of the alleged robbery, police said Perron — who was staying at the apartments with a friend — called the man and asked him to come over to talk, as well as bring her cigarettes and gas money.
When the man arrived at the apartments, he told police he saw Perron, Massey and Moon talking in the parking lot.
Police said Massey pointed a Ruger SR9 pistol at the man’s head and demanded he give him drugs or money.
The man told police that Moon, Massey and Perron took the $950 he had in his pocket for his rent and ran back into the apartments. The man ran after them into the apartments and called police.
Massey was located by police in one of the apartments with the money in his pocket. The gun, which was not loaded, was recovered from the kitchen trash can, police said.