Los Angeles News
Pursuit suspects who threw money out of car plead not guilty
SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The three men accused of robbing a bank and leading sheriffs on a high speed chase in a stolen SUV while throwing money out of the car windows made their first court appearance Friday.
The three reputed gang members entered not guilty pleas. Phillip Ely, 29, Lavelle Mosley, 22, and Terion Collins, 25, are all charged with multiple counts of robbery. A fourth suspect is still at large.
Wednesday's pursuit stretched from Canyon Country to South Los Angeles. People ran into the street to scoop up money thrown from the getaway car.
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