Two 19-year-olds accused of running over a woman Monday while attempting to rob her during a failed drug deal appeared in court Tuesday.

Two 19-year-olds accused of running over a woman Monday while attempting to rob her during a failed drug deal appeared in court Tuesday.

Andrew Daniel Arzner and Jerica Whittney Stinson were arraigned in Jackson County Circuit Court, court records show.

Stinson remained in the Jackson County Jail Wednesday on charges of first- and second-degree robbery, according to court records.

Arzner was arraigned on first- and second-degree robbery charges, with additional charges of second-degree assault and failure to perform duties of driver to injured persons.

Bail for each was set at $500,000 Tuesday. Preliminary hearings have been set for 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, records show.

Arzner and Stinson allegedly met 20-year-old Brittney Debler in the north Medford Fred Meyer parking lot Monday night to swap cash for opiate-based pain pills, Medford police say.

The exchange took place through the open window of Arzner's Toyota 4Runner. During the deal, Medford police say, Stinson allegedly snatched the cash from Debler and Arzner drove away.

Debler held onto the door while Arzner drove erratically through the parking lot, police allege, trying to shake her off. Debler eventually lost her grip and fell and was run over by the Toyota.

Police say Arzner and Stinson fled without stopping.

Debler was transported to Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center. She remained in critical condition Wednesday.

Authorities arrested Arzner and Stinson on Tuesday morning.