According to court documents, on Jan. 11, Dennison attempted to rob a Walgreen's, then when the cashier said she had no access to money, Dennison successfully robbed a woman behind her in line. Investigators believe she used a BB gun in the Walgreen's robbery.
Then on the morning of Feb. 3, according to court documents, Dennison used a realistic-looking toy pistol to steal a woman's car from her in a Big K store's parking lot, crashed that car, then used the same technique to steal a second car less than an hour later in a Target store's parking lot. Police said they caught her as she was driving that second car out of the parking lot.
Allen Superior Judge John Surbeck ordered her to pay $750 in restitution to one of the victims and credited her with 146 days time served already against her sentence.