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Money Lending Business Robbery Was Charged Against Three Topeka Residents For Conspiring To Rob LendNation

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Three Topeka residents have been charged with conspiracy to commit hobbs act robbery in connection with a money lending business robbery that occurred on October 16, 2023.

Aaron Elzabeth Fish, Mejia Pattillo, and Katelyn North (Photo: MSN)

Three Topeka Residents Charged With Money Lending Business Robbery

A money lending business robbery happened in LendNation on October 16, 2023. Kansas officials said that the suspects are three Topeka residents.

LendNation, the company that fell victim to a money lending business robbery, is a company that provides loan options to customers. According to 13 WIBW, the store manager of LendNation, Aaron Elizabeth Fish, was charged with one act of conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act robbery.

Mejia Pattillo and Katelyn Nichole North, all from Topeka, the other two accomplices in the money lending business robbery, are also charged with one count of conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act robbery.

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Mejia Patillo, One Of The Three Suspects Of Money Lending Robbery, Charged With Hobbs Act Robbery

All three Topeka residents who participated in the money lending business robbery were charged with one count of conspiracy to commit Hobbs act robbery.

But according to Public Now, the Kansas Officials charged Mejia Pattillo, one of the three suspects of money lending business robbery, with one count of Hobbs Act robbery. This additional charge given to Pattillo was for allegedly robbing LendNation on October 16th.

The FBI and Topeka Police are investigating the money lending business robbery case.

Assistant Attorney Stephen Hunting is also prosecuting the money lending business robbery case.

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