Woman on the run after skipping out on court dates for armed robbery, kidnapping in Geneva

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.

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