Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Columbia man charged with robbing 2 Turkey Hills made over 100 calls from prison in effort to lie to court: police

Timothy D. Jenkins
A Columbia man charged in January for robbing two Turkey Hills, 42 minutes apart on Jan. 5, sporting a knife in one robbery and wearing a wig in another, has been charged with perjury and attempt to intimidate a witness, according to new charges filed by the Columbia Borough Police.  
Timothy Jenkins, 52, made more than 100 phone calls to a woman that helped police in the robbery investigation, "demanding that she not testify against him during court proceedings," according to the affidavit of probable cause.  
Jenkins, who made all of these phone calls from Lancaster County Prison, also demanded that the woman tell investigators and the court that he was with her when these robberies happened, police said.  
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https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/columbia-man-charged-with-robbing-2-turkey-hills-made-over-100-calls-from-prison-in/article_341641e8-7417-11ea-8bdd-ffc61e52dd20.html 

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