Roundup of Pueblo area crime, with arrests
Pueblo Police are looking for three men in connection with the armed robbery of a gas station early Thursday.
At 12:32 a.m., police were dispatched to the Shell gas station on the 1800 block of the West US Highway. 50, following reports of an armed robbery. The police learned that three men had robbed the store.
The first suspect to carry a rifle wore a black hoodie, black face mask, black pants with gray or white inseams around the calf area, black shoes with white toes, and blue gloves.
The second suspect was armed with a bat. He wore a darker gray hoodie with a black stripe or letter on both shoulders and elbows, a black face mask, orange or red gloves with a blue or black pattern, and brown or brown shoes.
The third suspect, who was carrying a plastic bag, wore a light gray hoodie, black pants, white shoes, and blue gloves.
The suspects stole an unknown amount of cash, cigarettes – especially Newport and Camel brands – chewing tobacco and vaping products.
If you have information about this crime, call Sgt. Flores at 553-2936. To remain anonymous, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-7867 or pueblocrimestoppers.com.
If your Crime Stoppers information results in a crime, you may be eligible for a monetary award.
More than $ 3,000 in jewelry, including earrings, a turquoise necklace, bracelet, and four-leaf gold clover, was stolen from a residence on the 2900 block of Country Club Drive on Wednesday.
On the same day, a set of keys valued at $ 500, four car wash timers ($ 100), and $ 50 in cash were stolen from Pueblo Power Wash on the 2000 block of North Norwood Avenue. A 34-year-old company employee is listed as a suspect on the report.
A Morton Electric $ 1,100 Honda inflator was stolen from a construction site on the 2600 block of Sitter Place on Wednesday.
A $ 200 9mm SCCY PT51 firearm was stolen from a vehicle on the 2000 block on Vinewood Lane on Wednesday.
Alisha S. Herrera, 28, from the 1800s block of East Evans Avenue, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of passionate first degree assault. The bail was not set until a court appearance.
Robert E. Iacabone, 42, from an unspecified block on Fairfield Lane, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of child prostitution recruitment. The deposit was set at $ 10,000.
Aaron A. Venzor-Avalos, 20, from an unspecified block on McCormick Avenue, was arrested Wednesday on an identity theft arrest warrant.
Texas-born Charles N. Jones, 27, was arrested Wednesday on a warrant for second degree assault.
Patricia A. Lopez, 41, from an unspecified block on Orman Avenue, was arrested Wednesday on a warrant for grave second-degree vehicle theft: more than $ 1,000. She is on bail of $ 2,500 and has been released from Pueblo Prison.
Chief reporter Jon Pompia can be reached by email at [email protected] or at twitter.com/jpompia.