KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Three people wanted in connection with an East Knox County robbery on May 28 have been arreted in Walhalla, S.C.
The Knox County Sheriff's Office says Eric Bradley, 33, Joshua Douglas, 24, and Tina Rogers, 25, are charged with aggravated robbery after allegedly holding up the First Choice Community Credit Union in Mascot.
KCSO says, at the time of the robbery, the suspects were living in an Asheville Highway apartment.
The Sheriff's Office says Bradley and Douglas have criminal histories that include previous aggravated burglary charges, violence, drugs, DUI and vandalism.
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