Cherokee Residents arrested in Tenn.

by Jul 12, 2010NEWS ka-no-he-da0 comments

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. – Five Cherokee residents were arrested in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. over the weekend.  Josh E. Crowe, John W. Raby, Amber S. Crowe, Jerilyn M. Jackson, and Hannah F. Calhoun were arrested by Pigeon Forge Police on Saturday, July 10 and charged in connection with an early morning armed robbery at the Cold Creek Resort at 4025 Parkway. 

All five subjects were arrested for aggravated robbery and were initially transported to the Sevier County Jail. 

The victim was robbed of an undisclosed amount of cash after the subjects, some known by the victim, gained entry into her room.  Two guests of the victim were also present at the time of the robbery. 

Source:  Pigeon Forge Police release