Lebanon couple jailed for robbing social media victim with a knife

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Bradley Baker Haley Kline

LEBANON, Pa. – Police charge a Lebanon City couple in an armed robbery of the weekend. The incident was reported by the victim at about 11:23 a.m. Saturday, May 28th. The victim alleged to have arranged a meeting with a woman via social media.  He agreed to meet her at the intersection of 12th and Maple Streets.

The woman showed up as arranged. While he was walking with her in the area of Sandhill Road and Reinoehl Street, a man approached with a knife. The man threatened the victim with the knife and demanded that he empty his pockets. The woman ran away. The victim surrendered his cell phone and wallet to the male suspect, who then also ran away.

Investigators with the assistance of the victim developed and were able to identify the man and the female the victim met.

On Sunday, May 29, police arrested and charged Bradley Baker, 28, and Haley Kline, 23, with Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery. Following arrangement, both suspects were sent to the Lebanon County Correctional Facility.  Baker is being held on $60,000 bail. Kine, who was also wanted on a Bench Warrant from Lancaster County, is being held on $75,000 bail.


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