Ryan Edward Dougherty
The three siblings accused of committing a cross-country crime spree that started in Florida and ended with a shootout in Colorado were hauled in to court Tuesday in Georgia to face charges of robbing a bank for cash that helped fuel their escape.
One of three fugitive siblings accused in a series of crimes across multiple states has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from their eventual capture in Colorado.
The Dougherty siblings are due in court for separate court hearings where they’re might enter pleas to Colorado charges.
A sister and two brothers had planned to head to Mexico with money stolen in a Georgia bank robbery, then obtain fraudulent documents and elude authorities.
Three siblings accused in a cross-country crime spree that began in Florida and ended with a police chase in southern Colorado could soon learn whether they’ll stand trial.
Pueblo County District Attorney Bill Thiebaut says he will not file charges against a trio accused of robbing a bank in Georgia and shooting at police officers in Florida and Colorado.
State prosecutors in Colorado have filed charges against each of the three siblings accused in a cross-country crime spree that began in Florida.
A woman caught with her two brothers after a nationwide manhunt told Colorado authorities she “deserved to get shot,” according to an arrest affidavit.
The Florida mother of two brothers and a sister captured in Colorado after an intense nationwide search said she is devastated after the weeklong manhunt and arrest of her children.
The FBI has confirmed three suspects believed to be the Dougherty siblings have been captured near Walsenburg.