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Woman, man allegedly lure man to rob him

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TEMPE, Ariz. - A woman was arrested after she allegedly lured a man to pay to have sex with her and then tried to rob him on Wednesday. Another man who came with her was also arrested.

A police report states Leonor Canales met a man near Rural Road and the US 60 to have sex with him for three hours in exchange for $600.

While Canales allegedly got into an argument with the man, her accomplice, Noah Johnson, approached him from behind.

Johnson hit the man repeatedly in the head with his fist, according to the report.

When the man fell to the ground, Johnson allegedly put a sharp object against his back and threatened to stab him if he moved.

The report states Johnson tried to find the man's wallet, but he had left all of his beings somewhere else before he was attacked.

Canales was allegedly shouting, "Give me my money! Where's my money?"

She was later contacted by police down the street from where the man was and reportedly tried to run from police.

Johnson was contacted in the area and had warrants for his arrest.

Canales and Johnson were taken to jail.

According to the report, while Canales was at the jail and unhandcuffed, she charged at an officer and slapped him in the face.

Canales faces charges of armed robbery with a deadly weapon, false report to law enforcement, enticing a person for prostitution and aggravated assault on an officer.

Johnson's charges aren't clear.
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