A Glenwood teen was arrested on felony warrants late Saturday stemming from allegations he attacked and robbed a Pencil Bluff lady at a Sizzling Springs gasoline station in February.
Ethan Clay Hill, 18, was initially arrested by Glenwood police and later picked up by Garland County sheriff’s deputies shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday on felony counts of theft, punishable by as much as 20 years in jail, and breaking or getting into, punishable by as much as six years.
Hill was later launched on a $7,500 bond and is about to look April 19 in Garland County District Court docket.
In keeping with the possible trigger affidavit, on Feb. 14, a Pencil Bluff lady reported she was robbed round 3 a.m. on the Massive Crimson Valero, 3544 Airport Highway, by an unknown male.
The sufferer mentioned she had simply exited the shop and was approaching her automobile parked on the gasoline pump when she observed a white male sporting a grey hoodie and inexperienced pants standing subsequent to her automotive.
She mentioned the male approached her and started speaking to her whereas she was pumping gasoline into her automotive. Then she alleges the male pulled a glass bottle from his pocket and struck her on the top with it, inflicting it to shatter.
She mentioned she stumbled backward from the blow and the male then opened her driver’s aspect door, entered her automotive, took a pack of cigarettes and a lighter from her heart console after which received right into a dark-colored Chevrolet pickup truck and fled the scene.
Sheriff’s investigators obtained surveillance footage from the shop displaying a male, later recognized as Hill, getting into the shop previous to the theft and making an attempt to take objects from the cigarette rack behind the register whereas the clerk was preoccupied. Investigators obtained a number of screenshots of the male, displaying his uncovered face and aspect profile.
Montgomery County Sheriff David White and Lt. Greg Harmon later recognized the male as Hill based mostly on the pictures and “earlier dealings with him in Montgomery County.” Additionally they famous the pickup truck the sufferer described was one Hill was “recognized to journey in.”
Warrants for Hill had been issued on March 8 and he was arrested in Glenwood.