Anniston police Capt. Allen George said investigators showed 34-year-old Robin Vines and her 15-year-old daughter a picture of 17-year-old Quindarious Malik Sterling. The teen boy is charged as an adult with shooting two people in the parking lot of a Shell gas station on 18th Street and Quintard Avenue on Aug. 16.
George said Vines and her daughter both told officers they didn’t recognize Sterling.
Upon further investigation, police were able to prove Vines knew Sterling, George said.
The captain said Vines turned herself in at Anniston City Jail where she paid her $10,000 bond and was released Tuesday. She faces felony charges of hindering prosecution. Her court date is set for Sept. 30, according to a police report.
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