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2 arrested in Rusk Co. aggravated robbery

Terrance Marshawn Carter, Onisha Crushe Oliver. Photo Source: Rusk County Sheriff's Department Terrance Marshawn Carter, Onisha Crushe Oliver. Photo Source: Rusk County Sheriff's Department

Released by The Rusk County Sheriff's Department:

HENDERSON, TX (KLTV) - On December 9, 2010, at approximately 1:20 am., the Rusk County Sheriff's Office dispatched Patrol Deputies to US Hwy 84 West in reference to an Aggravated Robbery.

Upon arrival the victim told Deputies that 18 years old, black female, Onisha Crushe Oliver knocked on the door of their residence stating she was having car trouble. The victim went out to help Oliver with her vehicle and as they raised the hood of the vehicle the second suspect, 19 years old, black male, Terrance Marshawn Carter came out from the back of the vehicle with a shotgun. Carter aimed the shotgun at the victim demanding money and jewelry. The victim told the suspects they did not have any money, or jewelry.

The suspects then demanded the victim to go inside the residence, with the suspects following behind. Once the victim was inside the door of the residence they quickly slammed the door leaving the suspects outside. The suspects ran from the residence, leaving their vehicle at the victim's residence.

An arrest warrant was issued on both suspects and at approximately 11:15 am, the suspects were sighted walking down FM 2753, in Glenfawn Community, south of Rusk County. Both suspects were apprehended and transported to the Rusk County Jail.

At approximately 4:00 pm, Honorable Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Bob Richardson charged Terrance Marshawn Carter with Aggravated Robbery with bond set at $75,000, Failure to ID with bond set at $1,000, and Possession of Marijuana, bond set at $500.

Onisha Crushe Oliver was charged with Aggravated Robbery, with bond set at $75,000, and Failure to ID, bond set at $1,000.

Both suspects remain in the Rusk County Jail.

Sheriff Danny R. Pirtle stated Rusk County will not tolerate this type or any type of criminal activity. The arrest of the two suspects was the result of all divisions working together at the Rusk County Sheriff's Office along with Cherokee County Sheriff's Office.

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