Two arrested in Mableton bank robbery
by Marietta Daily Journal Staff
February 19, 2013 01:14 PM | 3993 views | 6 6 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Ralfeal White
Ralfeal White
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Rachel Levy
Rachel Levy
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Two Cobb residents were arrested last week in connection with a robbery at a Mableton bank.

Rachel Zevanith Levy, 22, of Marietta and Ralfeal Anton White, 25, of Austell have both been arrested and charged with felony robbery intimidation in connection with the robbery of the Best Bank inside the Kroger on Floyd Rd.

Levy was also arrested on Feb. 6 theft by taking charges and White on charges of theft by receiving, possession of cocaine, running from police and loitering.

Levy was released from the Cobb County Jail on a $15,000 bond Feb. 14. White remains in jail on a probation violation and warrants from Fulton County.

According to the Cobb arrest warrant, Levy is accused of giving a “demand note” to the bank tellers asking for money and taking approximately $1,761 before fleeing the scene just after noon Feb. 9. She was arrested Feb. 12 after being identified by White in an initial interview.

According to White’s arrest warrant, he is accused of acting as the designated getaway driver, which was in a car Levy reportedly stole from a repair shop three days earlier, after Levy robbed the bank.

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Obvious1
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February 20, 2013
These two definitely look like the usual suspects in Atlanta....who says profiling doesn't work.
dustoff
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February 20, 2013
Wait a sec, she was arrested and out on bail hen robs a bank and is let out on bail again.

Some Judge needs his head examained.
anonymous
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February 20, 2013
Im sure Jesse Jackson, Harry Belafonte, and all of the rest of the so called black leaders who only serve to hurt their own race will blame this on Ole Whitey.
Southern Patriot
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February 20, 2013
Just think, if this motley pair with the unique monikers had not been the objects of racial discrimination they could have been successful in a variety of financial, philanthropic, cultural and intellectual endeavors. But alas racism and bigotry drove them to a life of crime. (Sarcasm intended)
MAY-RETTA SURVIVOR
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February 19, 2013
Just who are these people, and who let them in?
Mark Matthews
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February 19, 2013
These look like two very good Citizens!!!!! Put them in jail and Lose the key for ever!!!!!
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