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2 more charged in Iron Range assisted living armed robbery

VIRGINIA, MN -- Charges have been filed against two more people who authorities believe were connected to an inside-job armed robbery at an Iron Range assisted living facility in June.

The incident happened around 3:30 a.m. on June 24, 2019 at Edgewood Vista Assisted Living in Virginia.

On Monday, CBS 3 first reported that charges had been filed against Nicholas Ryan Champa, 21, and his fiance, Morgan Katherine Lee Brady-Lundin, 24, who worked at Edgewood Vista at the time of the incident.

On Thursday, Virginia Police announced that additional charges were filed against Haille Marie Ross, 21, and Michael Thomas Koslucher, 25.

According to court documents, Champa and Koslucher walked through the front doors, allegedly threatened and restrained staff, then stole prescription medications.

Ross is charged with aiding an offender for allegedly driving the get-a-away car.

Brady-Lundin is accused of aiding an offender. She reportedly was working the night of the incident.

Campa and Brady-Lundin were each arrested after a warrant was issued for their arrests.

On Monday, a judge set Champa and Brady-Lundin's bails at $100,000 and $10,000, respectively. They're due back in court on January 6.

A warrant has been filed for Koslucher's arrest.

Ross made her first court appearance on December 23. Her bail was set at $40,000. She's due in court on January 6.

Briggs LeSavage

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