A 41-year-old Rahway woman was arrested for pretending to be armed while robbing a Linden bank earlier this week, authorities said.
Quiana Nobles told the teller at Northfield Bank on N. Wood Avenue she had a gun and reached into her pocket pretending like she did, as she demanded cash around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, Linden Police Capt. Christopher Guenther said.
Nobles was stopped on W. Blancke Street by police with $3,800 in cash, Guenther said.
Nobles was charged with first-degree armed robbery and possession of an imitation firearm. She was remanded to the Essex County Jail pending a scheduled appearance in Superior Court.
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