A woman accused of helping set up attempts to rob a Cape Girardeau marijuana dealer turned herself in Thursday to the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Department. 20-year old Ellen Rose Wilfong, of Farmington set up transactions Nov. 13. A probable-cause statement says there were two incidents, on Independence and William Streets in Cape. Gunfire erupted at each location. 20-year old Jermonte M. Lawrence, of Cape Girardeau was shot in the leg and Leslie Williams was shot in the left pinkie finger during a shootout in the parking lot of Rhodes 101 on William. The Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged Wilfong, Lawrence, 18-year old Madison Hunt, of Oak Ridge and 17-year old Lorenzo Malike Flagg, of Jackson with conspiracy to commit robbery, first-degree attempted robbery and armed criminal action. Wilfong and Hunt’s bonds were set at $25,000, cash or surety, while Lawrence and Flagg’s bonds were set at $100,000, cash or surety. 18-year old Christopher Don’ta Hawkins, of Cape Girardeau was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery and two counts of armed criminal action. Hawkins bond was set at $100,000 cash. Cape Girardeau police believe Hawkins instigated the shooting at the 1606 Independence and responded after Williams fired shots at the Rhodes 101. Hunt, Flagg and Hawkins still were at large Friday. Anyone with information should contact Cape Girardeau police at (573) 335-6621.