Woman sought in bank robberies turns herself in
A woman who authorities say was part of a crew that committed a series of bank robberies across southeastern Michigan has turned herself in, according to Crime Stoppers of Michigan.
Scantavia Ronda Isaac, 22, was wanted for armed bank robberies in Livonia, Lansing and Ann Arbor occurring from October through December.
“Scantavia Ronda Isaac turned herself in because she could not take the heat,” Crime Stoppers spokeswoman Shirley Schuler said in a statement on Thursday. “Law enforcement had been searching for her for a long time and turned to us yesterday and bam she is caught.”
Crime Stoppers of Michigan announced it was offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of Isaac, who has a tattoo on the left side of her neck as well as another tattoo reading “Grim Reeper” on her right forearm, on Wednesday.
According to police, all of the alleged members of the robbery crew have now been arrested.