Another arrest has been made in connection to an alleged armed robbery that occurred on May 2.
According to a press release from Kentucky State Police, Det. Craig Miller arrested Carl Eddy Collins, 50, of Harlan, on Wednesday.
The release states Collins was arrested in connection with an armed robbery that occurred at Catrons Creek. Arbin Shepherd, 58, of Mary Alice, and Cletus Robbins Jr., 58, of Harlan, were earlier charged and arraigned in connection to the same incident.
A previous report states Shepherd was arrested by KSP Trooper Brandon Burton on May 7 and charged with first-degree robbery, kidnapping with physical serious injury and first-degree terroristic threatening.
According to the earlier report, Robbins was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Danny Caudill on May 12. Robbins’ charges included attempted murder because he allegedly shot Benji Stout in the chest during the incident.
The citation states Robbins and the other co-defendants robbed Stout of $2,400 in cash and made threats to kill Stout’s girlfriend’s entire family if they went to the police.
Robbins was charged with attempted murder, first-degree robbery, terroristic threatening and kidnapping with serious physical injury.
Collins was charged with first-degree robbery, kidnapping with serious injury and third-degree terroristic threatening.
Collins was lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center on a $100,000 full cash bond.
The case is being investigated by Miller.
Miller was assisted by troopers Jared Boggs and James Earl Hensley.
In other police news:
* James McMillion, 41, of Middlesboro, was arrested by KSP on an indictment warrant. According to the indictment, McMillion allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse with another person by force on March 20, 2011. The indictment also states McMillion threatened a person he believed to be a participant in the legal process on March 20, 2011.
McMillion is charged with two counts of first-degree rape and two counts of intimidating a participant in the legal process.
McMillion was lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center on a $100,000 full cash bond;
* Wendy Osborne, 26, of Cumberland, was arrested on an indictment warrant by Cumberland City Police Officer Cody Williamson on Tuesday. Osborne was charged with second-degree trafficking a controlled substance and lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center.