Woman arrested for allegedly aiding home invasion suspect - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Woman arrested for allegedly aiding home invasion suspect

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Sierra White Sierra White
Adrian Anthony Adrian Anthony
INDIANAPOLIS -

Police have arrested a woman for allegedly helping a robbery and murder suspect evade police.

Sierra White has been charged with assisting a criminal for allegedly helping Adrian Anthony hide from police after a warrant was issued for his arrest on November 18. Police believe White is Anthony's girlfriend.

Anthony was arrested December 7 for his alleged involvement in a pair of violent home invasions in October on Spring Mill Road and E. 79th Street. He was later charged in a fatal November 27 shooting on North Gray Street.

White is the 12th person to be arrested and charged in connection with the two home invasions, including five who have been charged with crimes for assisting the suspects accused in the robberies.

White was arrested Monday and is expected to make an initial court appearance this week.

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