SAN ANTONIO – A next particular person accused of an armed theft at an Ulta beauty keep has been arrested, in accordance to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office.
Geremy Anthony Blanco, 28, was arrested Thursday afternoon by BCSO deputies and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, booking documents with the Bexar County Jail exhibit.
Another suspect in the circumstance, Steven Lopez, 29, was arrested before this 7 days following making an attempt to evade authorities, deputies explained.
In accordance to San Antonio law enforcement, they went to the natural beauty store in the 6000 block of NW Loop 410, close to Ingram Park Shopping mall, on the morning of June 2 and began to store.
A store associate attempted to help the pair prior to they met by the men’s fragrances, law enforcement reported.
Employees then noticed them put quite a few men’s fragrances into a retail outlet basket in advance of they walked towards the front door, in accordance to investigators.
Personnel attempted to stop them from fleeing and Lopez pulled out a gun, pointed it at them, and said “back off b****,” arrest warrant affidavits condition.
The staff members did not interfere and the pair took off.
The two adult men have been the subjects in a Crime Stoppers report that experienced requested for the public’s enable in determining them.
The affidavit for Blanco states that right after the Crime Stoppers report was produced, an SAPD detective was contacted by BCSO detectives who “were familiar” with the pair.
BCSO discovered the suspects, the affidavit states, and a person of the victims was ready to determine them.
BCSO Community Information Officer Johnny Garcia said Blanco was arrested Thursday afternoon soon after deputies executed a lookup warrant in the 1000 block of Gillette Blvd.
Blanco was also desired on a demand of terroristic threats from an incident on the very same working day of the theft, records present.
In that incident, investigators explained, Blanco named a guy and threatened his family.
His bond is established at $165,000, data demonstrate.
Lopez was arrested on Wednesday immediately after he tried to evade authorities, BCSO reported.
He is also experiencing costs of felon in possession of a firearm, assault of a police officer, resisting arrest, evading arrest and possession, records clearly show. He also had an out-of-condition warrant for his arrest.
Lopez advised authorities that they robbed the store simply because they “both wanted funds,” in accordance to an affidavit.
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