LIMA — A woman accused of robbing the same bank twice waived her right to a speedy trial Friday.
Kaylee Nicole Shoopman, 26, of Pandora, is being held on a $1 million bond. She was indicted in November on two counts of robbery, each a second-degree felony carrying up to eight years in prison.
Judge Jeffrey Reed set her next pretrial hearing for 8 a.m. Feb. 1. A jury trial will be scheduled for a later date.
Shoopman is accused of robbing the Fifth Third Bank on Harding Highway twice in October. The first time she gave a teller a note demanding money. The second time she pulled a BB gun and told the teller, “Don’t make me hurt you,” a detective said.
Shoopman was arrested based on information witnesses to the robbery told sheriff investigators about a description of her vehicle. The car later was located in Pandora, and Shoopman was arrested.