Authorities charged a third and fourth person earlier this week after they and two others allegedly robbed a woman.
Calhoun County sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday charged Brandy Marie Wagoner, 24, of Anniston and Jeremiah Aaron Wildes, 23, of Wellington each with first-degree robbery. Piedmont police charged Wildes that day with first-degree burglary.
Wagoner’s and Wildes’ arrest records were not made public until Thursday.
According to court documents, the four robbed a woman at gunpoint Monday and stole several firearms from her.
Court documents alleged that Wilde unlawfully entered a home in the 300 block of Dailey Street in Piedmont and threatened a man with a gun.
Attempts to reach deputies for more detail were unsuccessful.
Wagoner, Cox and Smith remained Friday in the Calhoun County Jail, each with bond set at $30,000. Wildes, also in jail Friday, had fis bond set at $60,000.