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Police: Man Helped Friend Rob His Own Mother

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PIKE COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18) -  A Pike County man was arrested after police say he helped a friend rob his mother.

Police received a 911 call reporting an armed robbery in the Stone community of Pike County.

Judy Justice told officers that a male subject had entered her home with a club and grabbed her purse, then left on foot.

When Troopers arrived at the residence it was discovered the victim's son Jason Justice brought another male with him with the intent of stealing her medication.

Jason Justice was charged with robbery. Troopers are in the process of identifying the second person and will obtain charges at that time.

The Kentucky State Police is asking the public for any information relating to this case. Anyone with information may call the Kentucky State Police Post 09 at (606) 433-7711.  Callers can remain anonymous.
 

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