A Texas woman was on a Zoom meeting for work when two teenagers broke into her home and robbed her at gunpoint while her co-workers watched, according to police.
Just before 3 p.m., Adrian Guillen, 19, and a 15-year-old girl allegedly forced their way into the home of an unidentified San Antonio woman, San Antonio Police said in a press release.
As the woman’s horrified co-workers watched via zoom, Guillen held a gun to the woman’s head and demanded her property.
The woman watched as Guillen and the 15-year-old “began to ransack the victim’s residence taking multiple pieces of property,” police said in the release.
While the robbery was in progress, the woman’s coworkers notified their boss about the horrifying scene they were witnessing, and the boss called 911.
When the robbery was over, the suspects jumped into a Honda Accord driven by Jaime Trevino, police told KSAT.
While searching the area, detectives saw Guillen, the 15-year-old, and Trevino at the 4300 block of Fortuna St. “in possession of the victim’s property,” police said.
Police told KSAT that the three forced their way into the property, where Trevino and Guillen “were trying to break into a safe.”
They emptied the contents of the safe into their car before taking off.
With the department’s EAGLE helicopter following the three and surveilled them, the suspects went to their next stop.
The three got out of their car at the OYO hotel, KSAT reports. They “began to start unloading the stolen items,” police said.
Officers arrived on scene and quickly took all three suspects into custody without incident.
At the time of Guillen’s arrest, there was an active warrant for his arrest on a capital murder charge out of Bandera County, KSAT reports.
Guillen is being charged with aggravated robbery. He was ordered to be held on a $1 million bond in connection to the murder charge.
Trevino is also charged with aggravated robbery. Both are awaiting indictment and are scheduled to appear in court in July.
No information was available about the 15-year-old suspect because she is a minor.
Guillen and Trevino have not yet entered pleas.