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Woman Charged with Luring Two Men into Robbery

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A couple of would-be midnight cowboys had the tables turned on them late last month after they went to home of a Springfield woman expecting sex and instead were attacked and robbed.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A couple of would-be midnight cowboys had the tables turned on them late last month after they went to home of a Springfield woman expecting sex and instead were stripped, robbed and attacked by two masked men.

The woman who allegedly lured them to the home was charged with prostitution, felonious restraint and being an accessory to robbery, according to court documents, but the masked men have not been apprehended, officials said.

Hailey L. Lumley, 21, who is being held on $100,000 bond in the Greene County Jail, allegedly lured the two men in Springfield enroute to a rodeo in Jasper, Ark., with an online posting that included a photo of another woman.

A probably cause statement filed in the case says that early on the morning of Aug. 22, the men came to a home in the 2000 block of West Lincoln, where they were threatened, stripped to their underwear and robbed of their cash at gunpoint. One was also forced to withdraw cash from an automatic teller machine.

Lumley has denied knowing about the robbery plan and has not identified the two attackers, who wore
bandannas over their faces, the statement says.

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