Story of Hastings' own Bonnie and Clyde continues

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Updated: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 06:45:53 CST

The saga of Hastings' own Bonnie and Clyde continued on Tuesday.

Shaylee Brown and Kyle Christen, two of the three accused of robbing an Alda Git N Split, appeared in Hall County court.

Brown and Christen are charged with felony robbery.

The two, who are both out on bond, waived their rights to a preliminary hearing.

In the early hours of August 29, two people went into the Alda Git N Split and displayed what appeared to be a handgun.

Surveillance images released of the robbery led to the arrests of Brown, Christen and Jeoffrey Adamson.

Adamson, Brown's reported boyfriend, is still in custody and has already pleaded not guilty to felony robbery.  He is awaiting trial.

Brown and Christen will be arraigned on November 26 at 9 AM in Hall County District Court. 

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