A family law attorney from Baltimore County is charged with driving the getaway van in an armed robbery of a frozen yogurt shop in Owings Mills.
The alleged gunman told investigators that Diana Beth Denrich, 36, helped plan the robbery of the uSpoon on Owings Mills Boulevard in September and split the money with him and a shop employee, police said.
Denrich was charged Friday with armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.
David Monroe Winder, who is accused of committing the robbery, was arrested Friday ona warrant issued in January.
Denrich and her attorney, Robert N. Smith III, declined to comment on the charges.
Denrich practices mostly in Baltimore County, focusing on divorce, child custody, visitation and mediation, according to the website for her Reisterstown law firm.
Winder, 33, is charged with armed robbery, first-degree assault and a firearms violation. He was being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center. No attorney was listed for him in court records.
Also charged is Paula Papanikos, 28, who worked at uSpoon at the time of the robbery. She faces charges of armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. There was no attorney listed for her in court records.
Police said a man with a handgun entered the uSpoon store on Sept. 27 while Papanikos and another employee were working.
He pointed a gun at Papanikos and another worker and demanded money, police said. He fled with an unspecified amount of money from the register, as well as the employees' cell phones and the store phone.
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