Kentucky man allegedly robbed woman at gunpoint


by Aaron Gibson, June 6, 2016

A man accused of robbing a Berea, Ky. convenience store faces new charges alleging he tied up and robbed a woman at gunpoint in Brown County last July.

Clell Swinney, age 30 of Livingston, Ky., was charged with first-degree felony aggravated robbery, first-degree felony aggravated burglary, third-degree felony abduction, second-degree felony assault and other charges on Monday, June 6.

Swinney allegedly broke into the victim’s Pike Township home armed with a small black handgun, tied the victim up and stole medication from her purse on July 16, 2015, according to Brown County Municipal Court documents.

The victim received injuries during a physical struggle with Swinney, court records say.

Swinney was previously arrested in January as a robbery suspect in Madison County, Ky.

Investigators allege Swinney and Danielle Young robbed a Midway Express convenience store at gunpoint on Sept. 21, 2015.

Brown County Crime Reporter, June 6, 2016 11:15 AM EST

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One response

  1. That was my wife this pos beat on and tied with zip ties and a chick that was with him stood as a lookout while he continued to beat on her your day will come and karma is a b—h


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