Three people are charged with receiving stolen property after a Huntington Bank customer had his checkbook stolen.
According to Steubenville Police Chief Bill McCafferty, the three were found near a car shortly after the incident.
When police approached the car, they found a woman in the front seat crying and saying, "he made me do it," while a woman in the back seat claimed she was just getting a ride.
The male suspect, identified as 29-year-old Daniel Gallahan Jr., ran toward Fourth Street.
He was later found and charged with robbery, tampering with evidence and receiving stolen property.
The two women, Kathryn Dillon and Jamie Whitman, are charged with receiving stolen property.
They appeared in court this morning.