Woman Charged With Robbing Maine Tollbooth
(Biddeford, Maine) - A Maine woman is in custody, charged with robbing a toll attendant on the Maine Turnpike.
25 year old Jaqueline Bilbrey is accused of entering a toll booth at the Biddeford toll plaza last Friday night armed with a gun. She demanded cash from the female toll attendant and fled.
State Police say Bilbrey was located this week at her parents home in Biddeford and was charged with robbery.
Authorities say Bilbrey formerly worked as a tolltaker on the Maine Turnpike.
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