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Infamous Southern Female Jewelry Bandit Will Soon Learn Her Fate

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Her attorney asked for some charges to be dropped, but the judge said no.

Remember the female jewelry bandit who carried out a string of jewelry store robberies across the Southeast before she and her accomplices were bagged by the FBI? A Florida judge has set July 18 as the trial date for suspect Abigail Lee Kemp and her three co-defendants, with each facing federal charges for planning and executing several armed robberies, the Panama City News Herald reports. The article adds that Kemp’s defense attorney requested that two of the four charges be dropped against her client, but the judge denied that request without citing a reason.

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