Woman Lied to Officers, Tampa Police Say
The woman supplied the getaway car for two robbers, Tampa police said.
TAMPA – A Tampa woman is in jail after she helped plan a robbery outside the bar where she worked, Tampa police said.
Alexandria Seletos, 26, of Tampa, was charged Thursday (Feb. 23) with one count each of robbery, kidnapping, and providing false information to a law enforcement officer.
The victim was robbed by two men about 1:30 a.m. Feb. 16 outside the Drynk, 302 S Howard Ave. The two drove off in Seletos’ Lexus. Police said Seletos, who worked at the Drynk, claimed her car was stolen.
However, police said, the investigation revealed that Seletos was involved in the planning of the robbery, and that she knew the robbery victim. Detectives said they believe the suspects also knew the victim and that the robbery was not random, but related to a dispute.
The suspects are still at large and Tampa police are looking for Seletos’ car, a blue 2007 Lexus ES with the tag FL-BIJB03.
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