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Self-proclaimed 'tired meth user' doesn't remember robbing Lincoln County home

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Daniel Jones (right) is charged with a felony First Degree Robbery and First Degree Burglary. Misty Agler is charged with a felony Accessory First Degree Burglary. (Credit: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office) Daniel Jones (right) is charged with a felony First Degree Robbery and First Degree Burglary. Misty Agler is charged with a felony Accessory First Degree Burglary. (Credit: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office)
LINCOLN COUNTY (KMOV.com) -

Two people were arrested Friday in connection with a Lincoln County home invasion and robbery that happened Thursday.

One suspect told investigators he didn't remember the incident because he regularly uses methamphetamine and hasn't slept in weeks.

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office arrested Daniel Alexander Jones, 24, of Troy, and Misty Agler, 39, of Warrenton.

Police said officers responded to the 6400 block of East Rock Springs Rd. for a robbery.

The victim called 911 and said a male suspect entered their home and held the victims at gunpoint. While there, the suspect demanded a bill of sale for their 1999 Chevrolet Silverado truck. The female suspect acted as a lookout outside the home.

Police said Jones and Agler managed to get away with the bill of sale and keys to the truck. Agler allegedly drove the truck away while Jones got away in the SUV the suspects arrived in.

Police said within minutes of the robbery, officers caught the suspects and took them into custody.

Investigators found the gun Jones allegedly used in the robbery, which police said was stolen from a home in Troy, Missouri. Other weapons that police believe to be stolen were also recovered from the SUV.

Investigators said Jones told them he did not remember the incident happening but that the victim probably remembered it correctly. He apologized for the incident and said he regularly uses methamphetamine and has not slept in weeks.

Jones is charged with a felony First Degree Robbery and First Degree Burglary and is being held in the Lincoln County Jail with a cash-only bond set at $100,000. Agler is charged with a felony Accessory First Degree Burglary and is also being held in the Lincoln County Jail with a cash-only bond set at $50,000.

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