Seneca woman, Chicago man in custody, charged with Denny's murderBy LINDSAY GLOOR, FELIX SARVEREmailFollowMay 6, 2019 Pair reportedly robbed Crest Hill man who was found unresponsive A 23-year-old Seneca woman and 20-year-old Chicago man reportedly shot and killed a Crest Hill man during a robbery outside a Denny's restaurant last week in Joliet. [Felix Sarver - email@example.com]Bobbie J. Ollom of the 8100 block of Nettle Creek Road in Seneca and Joshua T. Anderson of the 10000 block of South Peoria Street in Chicago were charged with murder, armed robbery with a firearm and robbery in connection with the death of Gregory G. Brown, 36, of Crest Hill, according to a criminal complaint.The complaint said Ollom and Anderson shot Brown while stealing money from him last week.Brown was found unresponsive in the parking lot of a Plainfield Road Denny's April 30. He had suffered a single gunshot wound, authorities have said. Will County Coroner's officials pronounced Brown dead about 11:30 p.m. April 30.Police released still photos and surveillance video Friday from inside the Denny's, located at 2531 Plainfield Road, in an attempt to identify a woman, who was last seen talking to Brown.Joliet police later said they had successfully identified the woman in the video, and she was in custody. As of Monday, police had not released her name publicly. [Photo provided]Will County Judge Domenica Osterberger set bond at $5 million apiece on an arrest warrant filed Saturday. The warrant was under seal until Monday morning.Both Ollom and Anderson were taken into custody about noon Saturday in Burlington, Iowa, according to police records.Ollom did not appear to have any previous criminal charges in the county, but did face several traffic and misdemeanor drug charges in LaSalle County, according to court records.Anderson did not appear to have any previous criminal charges in Will County. This is a developing story; check back with The Herald-News for updates.