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Woman Arrested Following Odessa Convenience Store Robbery

ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

One woman is behind bars following a convenience store robbery in Odessa.

Odessa Police tell NewsWest 9, they were called out to the 7-Eleven on Golder in reference to a theft in progress that was later upgraded to a robbery.

When officers arrived on the scene, an employee at the store reported that a female subject had just stole 12 ounce bottles of Budweiser.

The clerk also told police that she was shoved by the suspect as she fled the store and that the suspect was a black female occupying a gray 4-door Cadillac.

Officers searched the area and later spotted a gray Cadillac CTS in the 800 block of Graham with a female subject matching the suspect’s description.

Police say they saw the suspect, later identified as Elvanisha Johnson, 25, lean over and place a 12 ounce bottle of Budweiser on the ground.

Johnson was later identified as the suspect.

Johnson has been charged with Robbery and for four outstanding misdemeanor warrants.

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