Woman, man arrested for Little Caesars robberies

Posted at 9:21 AM, Dec 09, 2015

Two people are in custody for allegedly robbing a North Olmsted Little Caesars location at gunpoint—twice.

According to police, a man went into the Little Caesars in the 26000 block of Lorain Road on Nov. 22 around 9: 25 p.m. and showed employees a handgun. He was wearing a red bandana over his face. 

The same location was robbed again on Dec. 6 and the suspect description was very similar to that of the first robbery.

An investigation revealed the vehicle used in the crimes was likely a light blue minivan.

Shortly after the robbery on Dec. 6, police located a 2005 blue Chrysler Town and Country heading east on Interstate 480. Police pulled over the car and arrested 35-year-old Jasmine Kochheiser and 30-year-old Matthew Hennessey, both of North Olmsted. They were charged with aggravated robbery. 

Officers collected a toy gun, a red bandana and a cash drawer from the vehicle. 

The robberies are still under investigation.