Officials say an Ontario County resident is on the run, and wanted on felony charges after a Geneva incident in May.
Jessica Cram, 27, who is wanted for the armed robbery of a Geneva gas station was originally arrested alongside two other suspects.
The trio was accused of entering the Pick Quick gas station with weapons – and tying up the cashier. They locked that employee in a closet, according to police.
Security camera footage showed the suspects, and Cram was taken into custody later in the month. The other two suspects, identified as Orlando Perez-Lopez and Miguel Perez were all charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree kidnapping.
Cram was bailed out, but has missed two court appearances – and has now skipped town, per reports.
With or without her presence, Cram’s trial will take place and is scheduled for November 26th.