South Charleston police say the woman they initially believed to be one of the suspects in a Rite Aid robbery earlier this month turned herself in, but not for that incident.
Officers say Kenisha Sanders called them Monday, saying she was not
part of the robbery that happened with her brother - Dominique Sanders - at the Rite Aid on MacCorkle Avenue on July 2nd.
Police say Kenisha told them the suspect is Jaleesha Mitchell and that the two look alike. South Charleston police confirmed Mitchell's identity with Charleston police.
Kenisha turned herself in on an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court for DUI and drug charges.
After a struggle with the clerk, police say Dominique Sanders and Mitchell made off with a bottle of brandy. If you have any information on their whereabouts, call South Charleston police at 304-744-5951.
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