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`Most Wanted' woman indicted in alleged drug-debt killing

A woman who allegedly helped her former boyfriend shoot and kill Aaron Jaquillard last year over a drug debt was indicted yesterday by a Lucas County grand jury.

Christina V. Robinson, 32, was indicted on one count each of murder and aggravated robbery.

The charges include specifications that a gun was used in the crimes.

She was arrested Jan. 27 in suburban Cleveland, a day after she was featured on the television program America's Most Wanted.

Authorities had been searching for her since last summer.

Police said she had been living with a man and his son in Willowick, Ohio, since August. The man's other son saw the show and recognized Ms. Robinson as the woman living with his father, and called Willowick police.

Christopher R. Johnson was convicted in October of voluntary manslaughter and robbery for killing Mr. Jaquillard on April 13.

Johnson, who was sentenced to 16 years in prison, said he and Ms. Robinson owed money to the victim for crack cocaine.

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