Katherine Good Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Stemming From Loaf N’ Jug Robberies
A Casper woman is accused of being an accomplice in the robberies of two gas stations this past summer.
Twenty year old Katherine Good has pleaded not guilty to two counts of accessory before the fact and one charge of conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery.
Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in late July, 21-year old Nathaniel Neuman robbed the Loaf N' Jug store in Mills, and about a half-hour later the Loaf ‘N Jug at the intersection of Collins and South Poplar Street in Casper.
The clerk in Mills told police a male wearing a hoodie was carrying a silver weapon, believed to be a knife.
The robbery failed after the clerk told him to get a job and he left.
About half an hour later, he tried again at the store on Poplar Street, and got away with $100.
Good was spotted on closed circuit video at one robbery, and when interviewed by police, she said she was a lookout and getaway driver for Neuman, who committed the robberies.
She is being held on $15,000 bond awaiting trial, and could face between five-to-25 years in prison on each of the charges if convicted.
Meanwhile, Neuman has pleaded not guilty to charges connected to this case, and is awaiting trial.