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© St. Petersburg Times, published July 4, 2001
Three charged with robbing Subway shops
ST. PETERSBURG -- Three people have been arrested and charged with robbing three Subway sandwich shops last month.
Charged with armed robbery are St. Petersburg residents Lorenzo "Fat Boy" Tullis, 23; Ereginal Tullis, 26; and Amy Sue Johnston, 20.
The Tullis brothers robbed the following shops at gunpoint: 9301 Fourth St. N on June 1; 956 62nd Ave. N on June 13; and 3300 Fourth St. N on June 19, police said.
Police said Johnston waited in a getaway car and drove the brothers away. No one was injured in the robberies.
The Tullis brothers were held in the Pinellas County Jail in lieu of $300,000 bail each. Johnston was held in lieu of $100,000 bail.
Lawyer accused of fondling 4-year-old girl
ST. PETERSBURG -- A 55-year-old lawyer was arrested Tuesday and charged with capital sexual battery.
Victor D. Ines, who practices family law in downtown Tampa, fondled a 4-year-old girl in his apartment and then masturbated in front of her, police said.
Ines committed the battery at 7 p.m. Thursday while he was babysitting the girl in his apartment at 10200 Gandy Blvd., No. 1319, police said.
He was held in the Pinellas County Jail without bail.
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