Hannons Plead Guilty to Crosby's Robbery

The husband and wife who conspired to rob the Crosby’s store on South Avenue have pleaded guilty.

39-year-old Robert Hannon Sr. and 34-year-old Alice Hannon drove to the store on September 17. After his wife dropped him off, Robert Hannon forced an employee who was leaving for the night to unlock the door and go back inside, where he unlocked the safe and took about $3,000. He is a former Crosby’s employee.

He then drove the employee, Jamie Cabisca, to Allegany State Park in her car, made her get out of the car took her cell phone.

Robert Hannon pleaded to robbery and kidnapping to facilitate a felony. Alice Hannon pleaded to conspiracy to commit robbery. They are both scheduled for sentencing on January 9 in McKean County Court.

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