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3 Women Plead Not Guilty in Bank Robberies

September 12, 2000

LOS ANGELES — Two sisters and a third woman from Riverside, dubbed Charlie's Angels by the FBI, pleaded not guilty Monday to bank robberies.

Tenisha Dawn Norris, 21, and Aiesha N. Hewitt, 22, are charged with robbing a teachers credit union in Anaheim and attempting to rob a Riverside bank.

Norris and Rashida Kamilah Hewitt, 18, also were charged with robbing a Riverside credit union.

A federal magistrate set an Oct. 27 trial date for the trio, who are free on bail ranging from $20,000 to $30,000 each.

None has a criminal record, their lawyers told the magistrate. Rashida Hewitt is seven months pregnant, Assistant U.S. Atty. Jason Forge said.

The FBI said the three women allegedly robbed 11 banks and credit unions in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties since April.

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