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SALT LAKE CITY -- A woman arrested in connection with a string of Oxycontin robberies died after trying to commit suicide in jail.
Sheriff's officials say guards found Nicole Dubarry near death on Saturday after she tried to take her own life. She was rushed to the hospital and died Tuesday.
Dubarry, her husband Mark and her son Shawn were all charged in federal court for the armed robberies of two Rite Aid stores last month.
If convicted, Dubarry would have faced up to 32 years in prison.