A federal grand jury has indicted a Columbia man and a Moberly woman for their alleged roles in armed robberies at four businesses and two banks across Missouri. The indictment was unsealed Friday after 28-year-old Mary Catherine Sumpter was arrested. She, and 30-year-old Drake Adam Stockton-Kenney, are accused of armed robberies at payday loan businesses in Moberly, Mexico, Marshall, and Hannibal last April and May; and banks in Pilot Grove and Boonville last June. The indictment says he pointed a gun directly at employees, and in at least two instances, they used physical restraints on them. Stockton-Kenney is also charged with three counts of brandishing a firearm, and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He has two prior felony convictions for burglary and one each for tampering with a motor vehicle and robbery.