A Palmer Township man wanted for robbing an Easton woman—who was later arrested for selling drugs—has turned himself into police.
Court records say Kajuan Knox, 21, surrendered to police Monday. He is charged with robbery, conspiracy and reckless endangerment.
According to police, Knox and another man, 23-year-old Alden Grange, held up Kelly Craven at 315 Palmer St. on Oct. 13, taking $600.
Craven was arrested last week following a drug raid at her home. The same raid led to the arrest of Craven's boyfriend Kahmir DeLapara for the killing of Amanda Statford last month in the West Ward.
In the days before her arrest, Craven was able to identify Knox and Grange as the men who robbed her, police said.
Grange turned himself into police Oct. 17 and was charged charged with robbery, conspiracy and reckless endangerment. Court records show he was sent to Northampton County Prison after being unable to come up with $75,000 bail.
Knox was arraigned before District Judge Daniel Corpora and sent to county prison in lieu of $50,000 bail.