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Casey Anne Bingemer

A Casper woman accused of robbing a local adult video store at gunpoint  pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery Friday.

Casey Bingemer withdrew a former not guilty plea in exchange for the state’s  dismissal of three other charges related to aggravated robbery and  methamphetamine possession.

Conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery is a felony punishable by a minimum  of 5 years and maximum of 25 years in prison. Bingemer also faces a fine of up  to $10,000. She will undergo a pre-sentencing investigation before being  sentenced.

Bingemer admitted to planning and executing a robbery at the Emporium Video  Exchange on East F Street about 9:10 p.m. on Dec. 27. She reportedly entered the  store with Antoine D. Miller, of Casper, who pointed a pistol at the clerk while  Bingemer took $400 in cash from the register, according to an arrest  affidavit.

The two were taken into custody at a West Yellowstone Highway hotel the next  morning. No one was injured during the robbery.

Police were led to Bingemer and Miller when the owner of the store recognized  Bingemer in a video of the incident. Bingemer had previously worked at the  business, the owner told police.

When authorities arrested Bingemer and Miller at the Sage & Sand Motel  after a short standoff, they reportedly found methamphetamine paraphernalia, a  bag containing $400 and a semiautomatic BB gun that matched the description of  the weapon used in the robbery.

Miller also faces charges of aggravated robbery, conspiracy and felony  methamphetamine possession. His arraignment will be the morning of May 17,  according to Casper attorney Jamie Woolsey.





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