Linda Snow’s 37 year old daughter, Jennifer S. Clark, was arrested for Aggravated Robbery this afternoon with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals’ Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force. She was taken into custody at her residence in the 1100 block of LaCroix Ave. in Akron.
In addition to this arrest, all of the dogs were secured by Summit County Animal Control.
Detectives made an arrest this morning in connection with the aggravated robbery that occurred Friday afternoon at the Acme Fresh Market at 2147 East Ave. in Kenmore. At the time of the incident, a suspect described as an older white female, released her dogs from the vehicle after she left the store without paying for groceries. The dogs attacked a store employee and the suspect fled the scene in a red minivan.
Through their investigation, detectives determined the woman who released the dogs was Linda Snow, 64, of Norton. With the assistance of the Norton Police Department and Summit County Animal Control, detectives went to her residence in the 3000 block of S. Hametown Road in Norton. Snow was taken into custody without incident. One of the dogs was on scene and taken by animal control officers.
Linda Snow was charged with aggravated robbery and dangerous dog.