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Twinsburg -- A female employee of Panera Bread at 8928 Darrow Road and a Warrensville Heights man face charges related to the Oct. 3 armed robbery of the popular eatery.
Employee D'Jaye Quinae Redrick, 18, of Streetsboro, and Corey Johnson, 26, of Warrensville Heights, who police say are relatives, had their initial appearance Oct. 6 before Stow Municipal Court Judge Lisa Coates.
The two are being held in the Summit County Jail and are scheduled to return to court Oct. 13 for a preliminary hearing, according to court records. Check back at www.twinsburgbulletin.com for updates.
Redrick, who police say was a manager at the soup, salad and sandwich shop, is charged with one count of complicity to commit aggravated robbery. Johnson is charged with one count of aggravated robbery. Both charges are first-degree felonies.
Coates set bond for Johnson at $1 million cash, and set a $250,000 at 10-percent bond for Redrick.
According to Twinsburg Assistant Police Chief Bob Gonsiewski, Redrick reported Oct. 3 that she was disposing of garbage outside when a man, later identified as Johnson, forced her back into the store at gunpoint.
She told police the robber ordered a manager to open the safe, then fled with about $3,500. Citing an active investigation, police would not divulge additional information.
Redrick was arrested around 2 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Twinsburg Police Department. Twinsburg detectives located Johnson at his residence in Warrensville Heights around 5 p.m. Oct. 5, where he was arrested.
Reached by phone Oct. 6, a woman who identified herself as a manager of Panera referred all questions to police.