Armed robbery suspect apprehended by Windsor police
Keimonty Grayer, 28, is seen in this undated image provided by the Windsor Police Service.
A woman wanted in connection to an armed robbery at a bank ATM in Windsor has been apprehended by police.
Investigators say Keimonty Grayer was arrested on Tuesday after being observed walking in the 600 block of Tournier Street by members of the Windsor Police Target Based Unit. Officers stopped her and placed her under arrest.
The 28-year-old is charged with robbery with a firearm, six counts of break and enter, theft under $5,000, assault with a weapon and threats, failing to attend court, breach probation and fraud.
Grayer is additionally charged with two counts of break and enter, robbery, theft under $5,000, breach recognizance and breach of probation.
Some of the charges are related to a robbery on Sept. 10 at an ATM in the 2600 block of Tecumseh Road East.