Grand Jury Indicts Woman In Violent Beating, Robbery Of Handicapped Relative

A Johnston County Grand Jury has returned a True Bill of Indictment against a Wake County woman who allegedly beat and robbed her aunt.  Around midnight on December 11th, 2018, Alisha Elizabeth Foley of Holly Springs reportedly went to her aunt’s home near Cleveland Middle School claiming she wanted to visit.

Once being allowed inside, Foley is accused of using a wooden rod to beat her 54 year-old aunt. Afterwards she stole her purse and fled.

The handicapped victim sustained severe trauma and underwent emergency surgery in the hospital from the violent attack.

Foley was arrested days later.

On March 4, 2019, on Foley’s 25th birthday, she was indicted by a Grand Jury in Smithfield on three felony offenses: assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, robbery with a dangerous weapon, and assault on a disabled person.