Charges dropped against two of three women facing charges after allegedly beating, robbing woman in Harrisburg

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From left to right: Jaijah White, Queana Zemba, Stephanie Parise

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Charges have been dropped against two of the three women who allegedly beat and robbed a woman in Harrisburg.

Queana Zemba and Stephanie Parise are no longer facing charges in the incident.

Currently, Jaijah White is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Oct. 16 on two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery and one count of disorderly conduct, according to court records.

PREVIOUSLY:  Police are charging three women after allegedly beating a woman and stealing her money.

Jaijah White, Queana Zemba and Stephanie Parise are facing disorderly conduct and robbery charges for their roles in the incident.

On August 19 at 1:00 a.m., police responded to the 200 block of Locust St. in Harrisburg for a reported robbery.

Police met with a female victim who had a swollen and bleeding eye, and she said that four women had attacked her and stole her money.

Three of the women were identified as the above suspects, with witnesses identifying them.

It was determined Parise held the victim by her hair as White, Zemba and another unknown female struck her repeatedly.

Then, White took the victim’s wallet and removed money from it.

All three women were taken into custody without incident.

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