ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) – A woman who authorities say admitted she robbed a bank in East Aurora and Hamburg has now been charged with robbing the Community Bank in Orchard Park.
Ashley Reardon, 25, was taken into custody February 26 following a bank robbery at Bank of America on Main Street in East Aurora. Two days later, authorities say Reardon admitted robbing the First Niagara Bank on Lakeshore Road in Hamburg on February 7.
Now Reardon has been charged with robbing the Community Bank on Clark Street in Orchard Park on February 15.
In all, she’s facing charges of three counts of third degree robbery, two counts of third degree grand larceny, and petit larceny. Police say all three jurisdictions are working together to determine if Reardon had help robbing these three banks.
In the East Aurora case, Reardon was riding in a vehicle driving by 43-year-old Louis DiFlavio, Jr. He was also taken into custody but later released and at this time is not facing charges.
It is unclear if police believe he may be connected to these crimes.